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struggle, and among the deep forests and ragged, wrinkled superficies of the Bacon Creek and Green river vicinage, the cavalry could not maintain a serious conflict against infantry. By 8 o'clock, were about to take the General and the cavalry prisoners, for he had gone dashing on towards Green river like a wild man, and he believed the General had sent him back to stop Col. Buckley to keep tion. In reply to my question where the General and cavalry were, he pointed away towards the Green river hills, which were visible in the distance, swelling up through a shroud of fog into the clearhe thought I had fallen. Pretty soon the inspiring note of the bugle was heard off among the Green river hills, and presently the cavalry came rushing back, the tall form of the General towering mag a few days before, and so saved their bacon. Gen. Rousseau penetrated almost to the bank of Green river, as far as he could go without exposing his men to the rebel batteries on the further bluff.