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nder command of Gen. Rosencranz's, and those of the rebels, under Gen. Lee. Roseners marched with his forces, some 7,000 strong, toward Camp Lookout, where his advance guard drove in the enemy's pickets. He afterwards followed up as far as Sewell Mountain a few miles from where General Lee cut his entire force--18,000 men strongly entrenched and fortified. Both the armies cot see each other mainly from their camping grounds — They both stood menacing each other for several days, when, finalfore the Government gains the advantage Gen. Rosencranz gained but lost at Caounttax Ferry. Capt. Hudson, of Company C. Tenth regiment, and forty men, were detailed by Major Rerke to reconnoitre the position and strength of the enemy at Sewell Mountain on the 4th. They took a detour of twelve miles, and came in the rear of Gen. Wise's position, where he found a series of formidable earthworks and a line of camps extending a distance of about five miles. He crept through the underbrush to