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the valley of the enemy, to join the rest of the army at Boonesboro or Hagerstown. The march of these troops began on the D. H. Hill crossed the South-Mountains and moved toward Boonesboro. General Stuart, with the cavalry, remained east of the at that place on the eleventh, General Hill halting near Boonsboro to prevent the enemy at Harper's Ferry from escaping thro reported approaching the pass in South-Mountain, on the Boonesboro and Fredericktown road. The cavalry, under General Stuanemy, who did not appear on the west side of the pass at Boonesboro until about eight A. M. on the following morning. The resistance that had been offered to the enemy at Boonesboro secured sufficient time to enable General Jackson to complete t of that stream — Longstreet on the right of the road to Boonesboro, and Hill on the left. The advance of the enemy was delll's also opened, with good effect, from the left of the Boonesboro road. The progress of the enemy was immediately arreste