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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 Lee's and Fitz Lee's brigades, having cooked three daysrations, were ordered to rendezvous at Salem depot witwain and Fitz Lee, falling upon their rear, captured an aid of Gen Kilpatrick and a large number of prisoners. And upon Hampton's arrival we dislodged the enemy from the town. Shortly thereafter, Fitz Lee taking the lead, with Hampton bringinge of the enemy's cavalry upon the rear of our infantry by way of Hunter's Town, after a very fierce engagement, in which Hampton's brigade performed most gallant service, compelling the enemy to leave the field and abandon his purpose. On the 3he 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