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ille, December 24, 1861. Yesterday morning a heavy skirmish occurred at Dranesville, which resulted disastrously to us. A foraging party was sent out by Gen. Stuart, consisting of about two hundred wagons, escorted by the Eleventh Virginia, Col. Garland; the Sixth South Carolina, under Lieutenant-Colonel A. J. Secrest; the Tenth Alabama, Col. John H. Forney; the First Kentucky, Col. Tom Taylor; the Sumter Flying Artillery, Capt. Cutts, and detachments from Ransom's and Radford's Cavalry. Our them. The coolness and daring courage displayed by Col. Forney was observed by every body. He rode backward and forward in front of the line, encouraging his men, and in getting all prepared for the coming struggle. The same can be said of Col. Garland. Soon after the firing commenced, Col. Forney was shot through the right arm, Lieut. Col. Martin was killed, and the command of the regiment devolved on Major Woodward, who commanded on one side of the road, and the senior captain on the othe