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hfare Gap, whilst Robertson was halted at Rectort own, so as to be able to move to the support of either. Fitz Lee's brigade, moving on Aldie, was halted at Dover, and was driven back by the enemy's cavalry, which was advancing from Fairfax. Gen Fitz Lee took up position on a hill west of Aldie, commanding the Snickersville road. Simultaneously with this attack Gen Stuart was informed that the enemy was advancing on Middleburg, via the road from Hopewell. At Aldie Fitz Lee's brigade, comm, among them several officers, and also, a large number of horses, besides arms and equipments. In this engagement Major Whittaker, of the first N. C regiment, was killed. He was a most able and excellent officer On reaching Annandale, Gen Fitz Lee ascertained that the enemy's mobilized army had crossed the Potomac moving through Maryland, and that the local forces had retired within the fortifications at Washington. On the night of the 27th reached Rowser's ford on the Potomac, and fin