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s. Detachments from different companies amounting to one hundred men, under command of Captain Kennedy, Company B, accompanied by Captain Stevens, of Company F, and Surgeon T. Diman, crossed theds the river, in hope that the Confederates would follow them as soon as the latter ascertained Kennedy's numerical weakness. Here the Union men found an ambush where they lay concealed until 2 h information that about 130 of Stuart's Confederate cavalry had re-occupied the town. Captain Kennedy returned and charged upon the town and entered it. The enemy, after firing a few harmless srtained from a person who came into the town soon afterwards. The only sports taken by Captain Kennedy's command were two Hail's carbines, the killed man's hat, several caps, saddle, coats, cart heard the firing at Lovettsville, and started with his company, and ran three miles to aid Captain Kennedy, but was too late to participate in the boat. The rumor that General Banks' headquarte