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re sent into the country for hay. They had been there but a short time which Gen. Stuart came up in sight of them. The two learning brigades were held in reserve a short distance to the rear. Gen.Stuart had taken out near three hundred wagons for the purpose of obtaining forage, which was the sole object of the expedition, and Coming upon the Federals suddenly, and seeing their force outnumbered his, Gen. Stuart at once prepared to protect his wagons, and to do that had to make some demoeen lost. Making a vigorous attack upon the regiment, drawn up against him, Gen. Stuart scattered them, causing great consternation in their ranks — They did not reops, they returned to the fight.-- After the wagons were at a safe distance, Gen. Stuart saw it was useless to contend with so great a force against him, with no pro. Gen. Johnston is very well satisfied with the result, and has complimented Gen. Stuart upon the coolness and bravery displayed by him on the occasion. Yesterd