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Doc. 77-cavalry fight near Aldie, Va. General Pleasanton's despatch. headquarters cavalry corps, camp near Upperville, 5.30 P. M., June 21, 1863. Brigadier-General S. Williams: General: I moved with my command this morning to Middleburg
the Fifty-ninth North-Carolina is seriously wounded and a prisoner. E. A. Paul.
Indianapolis Journal account.
Aldie, June 23, 1863.
Editor Journal: Pleasanton's cavalry has won new laurels, additional lustre attaches to our name, and entiments of his heart — his supreme love for the Union over the cause of secession.
Yesterday our cavalry returned to Aldie, and moved out on the Leesburgh pike to Dover, where they are now encamped with the expectation of resting and recruiting ned yesterday by the wearied cavalrymen.
Last night Pleasanton's artillery was posted to command all the approaches to Aldie, and as the rebels appeared on our front this morning, the cavalry was again drawn out in line of battle, where it remain