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ompanies and a battery belonging to that brigade, under Colonel Evans, guarded the Stone Bridge (by which the Warrenton turnpont.
At half-past 5 o'clock a report was received from Colonel Evans that a body of Federal infantry, with a long line of skthe Confederate left.
This movement was reported to Colonel Evans, by his detachment stationed above the bridge.
On receImboden's battery, there; but, being appealed to for aid by Evans, then fully engaged, and seeing that his troops, that had sscouraged Bee's troops, and destroyed or dispersed those of Evans — for we found him apparently without a command.
The Fourtd by its neighborhood; they were Whiting's (late Bee's) and Evans's brigades.
I say this from personal observation, having bcomplaints of bad water — not of stench or tainted air; and Evans's was sent to Leesburg as an outpost.
Longstreet's, D. R. urial.
After the removal of Whiting's and Evans's. the nearest to them, was about four miles off. The headq