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Court of Inquiry which he has "solicited" shall do its duty, it will find the following facts: 1st. That the reason that induced Col. Porterfield to evacuate Grafton applied with equal force to the town of Phillippi, the geographical formation of the two places being similar. 2d. That both on June the first and June the second, he had information of the force and presence of the enemy at Grafton; the said enemy having reconstructed the inconsiderable bridges at Flemington and Mannington which Col. P. had destroyed, and that the enemy, with the use of the trains of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and with the local employees of that road affiliated with him, and in his employ, was able to pour in with rapidity the troops under his command from Bel Air; that the enemy had artillery: Col. Porterfield none. 3d. That on Sunday evening, June second, all activity was visible in Col. Porterfield's command; that both horses and wagons were pressed for the public service; th