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situated on the edge of the stream at this point, they burnt. Major R F. Mason had also improvised supports made up of furloughed and convalescents from the hospitals, at Charlottesville, and these armed with sticks, and lock muskets, in conjunction with Capt. B, drove the enemy off. As soon as Capt B. found that the enemy were retreating he detached horaes from his artillery, and mounting his men hastily upon them, he started in pursuit and followed them as far as Stanardsville. Stuart did not attack them with 2,000 cavalry: on the contrary he had not a man over 400, whilst they, by their own showing bail 1,500 picked men. If they captured any prisoners, the number, I am officially assured, could not have exceeded one dozen. Our loss in killed and wounded were, perhaps, as many more.--Their statement that they lost not a man, is known to be false, as we captured several prisoners. They doubtless did "steal, take, and feloniously carry away" from noncombatant citize