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Endorsements.

Headquarters cavalry corps A. N. V., April 7th, 1864.
Respectfully forwarded. The bold and successful enterprise herein reported furnishes additional proofs of General Rosser's merit as a commander, and adds fresh laurels to that veteran brigade, so signalized for valor already.

J. E. B. Stuart, Major-General.

Headquarters Army Northern Va., 19th April, 1864.
Respectfully forwarded for the information of the War Department. General Rosser acquitted himself with great credit in this expedition.

R. E. Lee, General.
Respectfully submitted to the Secretary of War, by order,

Samuel W. Melton, Major & A. A. G. A. & I. G. O., 30th April, 1864.
A. G.--Noted General Rosser exhibited both judgment and valor, and accomplished valuable resulsts in this expedition.

J. A. S., Sec'y. 4th May, 1864.

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