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Chapter 10: Chancellorsville Brandy Station Winchester-Berryville Jordan Springs Middleburg-Upperville-Fairfax. After the battle at Fredericksburg, General Lee's army went into winter quarters along the south side of the Rappahannock, and the Federal army made itself comfortable on the north side of the same riville and Martinsburg, but had no serious engagement until they reached Gettysburg. The weeks following Chancellorsville were busy weeks with the cavalry. At Middleburg, General Robertson, commanding the Fourth and Fifth North Carolina cavalry, attacked a brigade of Pleasanton's cavalry, and more than held his own in a plucky fight. In this engagement, Maj. James H. McNeill was wounded. Again near Middleburg, on the 19th of June, a sharp skirmish took place, in which the First, Fourth and Fifth cavalry were participants. At Upperville, on the 21st of June, the two cavalry forces joined in severe saber-to-saber conflicts, and the day was one of repe