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them every few moments, until entering a body of woods, the Fourth formed in line of battle; throwing skirmishers in front and left flank, it moved on down the McGaheysville road. I followed with my regiment in line and about a hundred paces in rear. The Fourth regiment halted, after proceeding about a quarter of a mile, and remablic. Whereupon, I immediately put my regiment under arms and awaited orders. In a very little while, I was directed to move my regiment to a position on the McGaheysville road and to throw out a line of skirmishers. This put me in position on the left, and was the only point from which a flank movement of the enemy was apprehen assumed command of the brigade. The general commanding having determined to give battle, the cavalry were disposed of as follows: The Second on picket on the McGaheysville road, and on General Ewell's right flank. The Sixth and Seventh were thrown across the river, protecting the baggage train. Two compapanies, Captains Myers a