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depth of the stream, and the bad bottom, were serious impediments to our advance; and Ross and Ferguson's brigades of cavalry presented a bold front on the east bank, and with artillery opened upon ourned to the ground, together with considerable public property and effects of the citizens. Ferguson and Ross, while the town was being razed, were reinforced by one infantry brigade, and took poss a whole division of rebel cavalry (Jackson's), five thousand strong, composed of Armstrong's, Ferguson's and Ross' brigades, were seen coming down on the keen run, accompanied by ten pieces of artilss. In answer to a query as to where he belonged, he managed to gasp: Mum — m — m-mum--Mr. Ferguson. In the course of another five minutes we ascertained that the mule he strode belonged to hed a fine house beside the road, the entire family being seated upon the verandah. This was Mr. Ferguson and his flock. The negro was requested to dismount. The saddle was thrown from his mule and