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y high-water until the fourth of August, when he advanced, with Fitz-Hugh Lee's brigade and the Stuart horse artillery, upon Port Royal. ArrLongstreet crossed the Rapidan at Raccoon Ford, and preceded by Fitz-Hugh Lee's cavalry brigade, arrived early in the afternoon near Kelly's Ford, on the Rappahannock, where Lee had a sharp and successful skirmish with the rear-guard of the enemy, who held the north side of the riv the twenty-second, about six miles above the springs, with parts of Lee's and Robertson's brigade. Passing through Warrenton, he reached Caas joined by General Stuart, with the brigades of Robertson and Fitz-Hugh Lee, who continued with him during the rest of his operations, vigi and Longstreet maintained their positions of the previous day. Fitz-Hugh Lee, with three regiments of his cavalry, was posted on Jackson's le enemy advanced the next morning, but was held in check by General Fitz-Hugh Lee with his cavalry, who covered our movement with boldness an