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hat night we were halted in rear of General Taylor's brigade (who were cooking rations) about two and a half hours. The Sixth regiment cavalry was in the rear, and our men were completely worn down, most of them sleeping on their horses. Captain Dulany, now Colonel of the Seventh cavalry, was in command of the rear-guard; was approached by the Yankee cavalry, it was dark, and when challenged, they replied, Ashby's cavalry. Having been previously informed that General Ashby had one company out, very near, and suddenly they fired a volley and charged him; the Sixth cavalry were surprised, and dashed through the Second, who were sleeping, and relying upon the Sixth to guard the rear, as we had alternated each day with that regiment. Colonel Dulany was badly shot in the leg, and several of his men were captured. To add to the confusion thus caused, a part of the Seventh Louisiana fired into our ranks. This was our first surprise. Many of our men were nearly exhausted from hunger and