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rously as far as Aldie, and a number captured. On the 25th Robertson's and Jones's brigades were left to observe the enemy in front, whilst Hampton's, W. H. F Lal command, made up of artillery, infantry, and his own cavalry. Robertson and Jones were sent to hold Jack Mountain Passes.--It may not be improper here to mentionund the enemy in possession, and attempted to flank him by the Boonesboro' road Jones at this moment came in upon the left and opened with a few shots of artillery. on the enemy in order to cover up a retrograde movement. The advance, under Gen Jones, encountered the enemy at Beaver creek, on the Boonsboro' road. From this poirmishing with the enemy. Before concluding, I must not forget to mention that Jones's brigade, especially the 6th and 7th regiments Va cavalry, rendered most efficlast of the infantry corps. On reaching the east side of the mountains, whilst Jones was left to do picket duty on the Lower Shenandoah, the brigades of W. H. F. Le