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er the direction of Col. Albert, Chief of the Staff. Before it was completed Gen. Stahl, with the Garibaldi Guards, became engaged with the enemy on the extreme righne moved forward. General Milroy had the centre, Gen. Schenck the right, and Gen. Stahl, with all his brigade except the Garibaldi Guards, the front. Gen. Blenker, oods, and in the belts and heavy timber beyond, the enemy were posted. General Stahl, on the left, was first engaged. Gen. Milroy and Gen. Schenck found the enemy soon after, and the battle almost immediately became general. Gen. Stahl, after Scrivener's battery had shelled the rebel position, advanced the Eighth and Fhan half of its strength. The enemy's pursuit was checked by the artillery. Gen. Stahl finally withdrew his brigade to a strong position, repulsing a flank movementt the floods partly washed it away. Some three hundred infantry, attached to Gen. Stahl's brigade, and three hundred of the first New Jersey cavalry, had passed it b