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scouting the mountain thoroughly, we found that three regiments had been camped upon the top, but upon our approach had made a hasty retreat. When we arrived upon the summit we could see the enemy in hasty retreat on the east side of Bull Pasture Mountain, about five miles in advance, It being late in the day our commander thought it prudent to half and go into camp for the night. At sunrise the next morning we were again on the line of march in pursuit of the enemy. When we arrived at Bull Pasture Mountain we ascended to its summit, when Ashby's scouts reported that the Yankees had placed four pieces of artillery on the road leading into McDowell, on the west side of the mountain, where the road passes through a narrow gorge. The heights commanding Monterey were also in possession of the enemy, with artillery planted. The Lee Battery, of Lynchburg, was selected to go in advance with its rifle guns, but after reaching the summit of the mountain they were ordered back