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lant conduct and fine discipline, and after the contest, as you witnessed, every regiment was in line, as composed as if they had been on drill. The prisoners and wounded say two brigades were opposed to us, (General Blenker's old brigade, now Stahl's, and General Train's, with reserves, probably not less than six to seven thousand men, one regiment having brought eight hundred men on the field,) with two batteries of artillery. My three regiments, counting one thousand three hundred and fohe field, Harrisonburgh, June 8, 1862. order of march. Advance-Guard. 1. Colonel Chiseret's brigade. 2. The pioneers of all brigades, as also the axemen of every regiment, to start at five A. M. 3. Fourth New-York cavalry. 4. General Stahl's brigade, with Bucktail Rifles as flankers, at half-past 5 o'clock A. M. Main Column. 5. Cavalry, under command of Colonel Zagongi, at forty-five minutes past five A. M. 6. General Milroy's brigade, at six o'clock A. M. 7. Gener