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l. D. H. Hill's First North Carolina and Lieut.-Col. William D. Stuart's Third Virginia infantry regiments, Majhments and awaited the coming of the invaders. Colonel Stuart, with his 180 Virginians and a howitzer, was ste's (Virginia) battalion were placed on the right. Stuart's men, by vigorous work, in an hour improved their r left under cover of woods and fences, to outflank Stuart and get in rear of his small command posted on the right across the creek. This was detected, and Stuart was directed to withdraw across the swamp. At that criCaptain Ross was also ordered to the support of Colonel Stuart. These North Carolina companies crossed the bravy fire in a most gallant manner. In the meantime Stuart withdrew, and Ross was detained near Randolph's maiConfederates. Magruder followed it up by ordering Stuart back to Bridgers' support. He promptly crossed thet the Confederate loss was II wounded, 1 mortally. Stuart reported: Both officers and men under my command be