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the extreme left with Buford's regulars. This conflict terminated gloriously for us. The enemy's line was broken, and Gen. Fitz Lee's brigade coming in upon their flank at this fortunate moment, the enemy were driven through the open space by Dr. Green's entirely back to Beverley's ford. Portions of Jones's and Hampton's brigades were moved to the support of Gen. W. H. F. Lee's brigade during this contest on the left, but did not become engaged. At Stephensburg Cols. Butler and Wickham andolph, Co. H, 12th Va cav, remaining at Gordonsville. Beall, White's bat'n Co. D, Charlottesville Faughader, 18th Va, Co. R. do P. F. Bell, 12th Va. Co. E do; Stuart's do; D L Prince, White's bat'n, Co. A, Gordonsville; Corp L W Green. 1st N C, Co. D, Charlet; as ride; John Jenkins, 9th Va, Co. K, Charlet; Lones Cobb's Logion, Co. L, Charlet; Sort G R 9th Va Co. Charlet; Corp H Anderson, 9th Va, Co. M, Charlet; L C Hardy, 9th Va, Co. C, Charlet; Henry McCroan, Cobb's Legio