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t the enemy from crag to crag, and finally dislodged them. Just as our troops debouched from the mountain pass, the artillery posted on the left, on the road to Boonsboro', opened upon them. Our artillery, however, soon got into position and drove the enemy's artillery off. Our cavalry saw no more of the enemy until they appemy 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 point to Boonsboro' an animated fight ensued. Chambliss, Fitz Lee, and Baker commanding, Hampton's old brigade also participating in it, and the horse artillery rendered as usual most efficient service Jenkins coming in on the enemy's flank as he neared Boonsboro' drove him back to the mountain pass. The enemy now became heavily reinforced, and as our ammunition was running short Gen Stuart believing he had accomplished his object fell back to Funkstown. The enemy pressed us in retiring but obtained