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r letter, the commander of the outpost is J. E. B. Stuart, the youngest Brigadier in the army. He is constantly opposed to the enemy, and as Gen. Stuart is one of those energetic, brave spirits thres? Read the following spirited orders by Gen. Stuart: Headq'rs cavalry Brigade, Camp "Qui flows in your veins. By command of Gen'l. Stuart. (Signed) L. Tierman Bries, A. A. G. cles that we stand in need of. I learn that Gen. Stuart intends to get all the hay and corn in thisd that the industry and energy displayed by Gen. Stuart in this particular, will be imitated by theis falling off. The saddle was presented to Gen. Stuart, the horse sold, and the Lieutenant sent onesterday, a small scouting party, headed by Gen. Stuart, accompanied by Capt. Pelham, of Alabama, aeeing a number of horsemen in the distance, Gen. Stuart ordered the party to halt, and waited patieYankee prisoner was taken. Corporal Hagan, Gen. Stuart's orderly, saw a man lying under a fence an[2 more...]