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[535] deployed a short distance in front of the crest mentioned in his report, and immediately after dark General Stuart withdrew his command. General Gregg occupied the field of the hand-to-hand fight and held possession of it during the night. General Custer, in his official report, writes: “We held possession of the field until dark, during which time we collected our dead and wounded.” It was true, then, that “Stuart advanced not a pace beyond where he was met,” and the victory remained with General Gregg.

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