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a part, dashed upon the guard having the captives in charge, and rescued all but some twelve or fifteen. This, then, was the position of the forces on Saturday night at dark, with every prospect of a bloody fight on the coming day.--Buford was at Germania, the 1st and 6th corps extending from Raccoon Ford to Cedar Run; Kilpatrick, supported by the 2d and 3d corps, to the west of Culpeper, from three to four miles distant. Ewell had moved back from his position in the morning, and faced Newton and Sedgwick, while Stuart fronted French, Warren, and Kilpatrick in the vicinity of Bethel Church. Sunday morning, at 1 o'clock, our infantry force, both at the Rapidan and west of town, commenced moving toward the Rappahannock, their trains all having been sent back the night before, leaving the entire cavalry of Pleasanton to cover the retreat. Gregg had come up by forced marches during Saturday; so our cavalry force was by no means insignificant. A telegram dated the 12th, giv