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[The following appeared in the Charlottesville (Va.) Chronicle of October the 9th, 1864, and is wit proudly To freedom or—the grave.
J. C. H. Charlottesville, October 5th, 1864.
Sketch of Third battermond at 8 A. M., joined General Fitzhugh Lee at Charlottesville, and started on a tour from which we returned ohe Shenandoah Valley, and threaten Staunton and Charlottesville.
Crook sent his cavalry under Averell against e latter to renew the advance against Staunton, Charlottesville, and Lynchburg.
Hunter ordered Crook to march its progress, but Hunter, instead of moving on Charlottesville according to his instructions, marched to Lexin, which had been sent forward to meet Hunter at Charlottesville and coperate with him in the attempt on Lynchbuo Buchanan.
Early made a rapid march, reaching Charlottesville, 80 miles distant, in four days. During the nigmpracticable to cross the mountains and move on Charlottesville, as Grant desired.
He therefore retired down t