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made easily by a Yankee cavalry force, provided such obstacles as our Cavalier Stuart and Fitz Lee had not been placed in its way. With every preparation for a long edition. On the morning of the 16th a telegram from Gen Chilton informed Gen Stuart that a cavalry force of the enemy, 3,000 strong, was in motion, and cautioninred; they were determined to give the invaders another lesson! At this time Gen. Stuart, with the reckless disregard of his own life that marks this brave man, rodelane was stationed the 2nd and 4th, and on the other the 5th, 1st, and 34. Generals Stuart and Fitz Lee were everywhere; their animated, cheerful faces, their confidng our carrying it away. The cannoneers then returned. In this charge both Gen. Stuart and Gen. Lee participated riding ahead with the men, using both their sabres men. The daring bravery of our little band, and the skill and efficiency of Gens. Stuart and Lee, has sent them back to tell of defeat rather than of success. Our l
s from Washington on the 18th, which says: Gens. Averill and Pleasanton, with their troops and a battery, had a skirmish at Kelley's Ford yesterday. The rebels attempting to cross with infantry were repulsed, with some loss on both sides — Stuart and Fitzhugh Lee, with their command, were reported to be at Warrenton and White Plains on Monday. A dispatch from headquarters says a most brilliant cavacy fight occurred on the Rappahannock, at Kelley's Ford, on the 17th. Gen Averill forced aeman could cross at a time, and the river was swollen and very rapid. Reaching the south side, our cavalry charges the rebels in their entrenchments, killing and capturing nearly the entire force, besides a large number of horses picketed near. Stuart and Fitzhugh Lee had hastened from Culpeper to prevent our passage, and made some dashing charges upon Averill command but were reported. We charged them, using sabres only in the conflict, and with fatal effect. Whatever the enemy made a sand