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down, debouches suddenly on Cedar Run and the little settlement of Auburn on its north bank. A continuous piece of woods stretched along on a good synopsis of the affair: My division had a little fight at Auburn before we reached Greenwich. Two brigades of cavalry under Stuart ded from my leading brigade. Stuart was cut off by this repulse at Auburn and bivouacked that night to our right within our army.—Gen. Birneyantry in repulsing the enemy's attack on the head of the column at Auburn, and to Col. Collis for his skill and promptitude in making the disle eagerly pressing on that he encountered the head of our corps at Auburn, with the result already given; but at the close of the engagements who spoke of a fight that occurred in this campaign, not far from Auburn, that he and his associates always called The battle of the Bull Per., and Private Joseph Hooper dangerously wounded in action near Auburn, Va. Oct. 14. Serg. Woodfin and Private Hooper sent to hospital at