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wn statements, came to reconnoitre in force, Gen Stuart was ordered by the commanding General to leaville road. Simultaneously with this attack Gen Stuart was informed that the enemy was advancing onded Major Von Borck, whilst riding with Major General Stuart, was wounded by the fire of the enemy'spon they wheeled rapidly and drove them off. Gen Stuart now withdrew to Mountain Gap, west of Upperv of infantry was passing through the place. Gen Stuart at once selected a suitable position for hisrder to force us to desist. On the 27th Gen Stuart having ascertained that enemy had disappeareconspicuous gallantry, and won the praise of Gen Stuart on the field. This charge was too rapid to en and were beating them back; seeing which, Gen Stuart sent the 1st North Carolina cavalry and the nemy holding the west pass of the mountain. Gen Stuart dismounted the largest portion of Chambliss'ced, and as our ammunition was running short Gen Stuart believing he had accomplished his obje[4 more...]