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uracy of Major McClellan's spirited account of these, and it is confirmed from various other trustworthy sources.
Before reaching Brandy Station, Colonel Duffie had turned to his left, hoping to accomplish something in the enemy's rear.
Near Stevensburg he encountered a force of cavalry, which was charged — the First Massachusetts and Third Pennsylvania Cavalry in advance-and driven through and beyond Stevensburg in disorder, as Major McClellan himself avows, with all possible candor.
Here CStevensburg in disorder, as Major McClellan himself avows, with all possible candor.
Here Colonel Duffie paused, distrusting, no doubt, his isolation from the main body of the Kelly's ford column.
General Gregg had advanced directly upon Brandy Station without opposition, and thence to the Fleetwood hill, where Stuart made hasty preparations to receive him. Fleetwood hill is a ridge of ground, half a mile from Brandy Station, toward the Rappahannock, and west of the railroad.
St. James' Church is on the river side of the hill, and Buford was now working his way up to it from that s