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, I have the honor to submit the following report of the part taken by the First brigade in the battle of Cedar Run, Culpeper County, on the ninth instant: The following regiments constitute the brigade: The Fifth, Second, Fourth, Thirty-third, aport of the operations of the Forty-second regiment Virginia volunteers in the recent engagements at Cedar Run, Culpeper County, Virginia, on the ninth August, 1862: About three o'clock P. M., the regiment, commanded by Major Henry Layne, in conjllery in this division in the fight of the ninth instant, at Mrs. Crittenden's farm, near Slaughter's Mountain, Culpeper County, Virginia. The battle was opened by the artillery of this division, which had been posted, as presently described, with ollowing as a report of the part my regiment took in the battle of the ninth instant, near Mitchell's Station, in Culpeper County, Virginia: In placing the brigade in line of battle, my regiment occupied the extreme right, connecting with the line
th of August, 1862, I crossed the Rapidan River, at Tobacco Creek Ford, with a portion of my brigade, consisting of the Sixth, Seventh, and Twelfth regiments of Virginia cavalry. Encountering the enemy's pickets between Stevensburg, in the County of Culpeper, and Brandy Station, on the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, in force, a spirited attack by Colonel W. E. Jones, commanding First Virginia cavalry, was immediately made, driving in their outpost to their reserve. Heavy skirmishing on both sth of August, when, crossing the river at Summersville Ford, we advanced, under the orders of General Lee, against the forces of General Pope, which were occupying the whole country north of that river. The enemy fell back before us through Culpeper County; and we reached the north branch of the Rappahannock at the bridge where the Orange and Alexandria Railroad crosses it, on Thursday, the twenty-first of August. The artillery of the enemy here opened on us across the stream, indicating that