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on a short time the enemy began to retire, and I received orders to advance my skirmishers and retire my line still further to the rear — keeping my troops concealed behind the hills during the movement.
The enemy retired before my line of, skirmishers.
About 5 o'clock P. M. I received orders to call in my skirmishers and move to a wood near the Botts house, and there go into camp.
On the following day I left camp with the division, making a night march and moving in the direction of Front Royal, which place we reached about 12 M. on the 12th, and crossed the Shenandoah on the same day, taking the road to Berryville via Millwood.
Near Millwood, my brigade being in advance of the division, my advance guard came in contact with a small party of the enemy's cavalry, which retired before them and was not seen again until I reached Berryville, which place the enemy occupied in force.
Upon arriving near the town I received orders to move to the left, and, in conjuction with General J