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er of march. The 3d was first on the road, followed by the 5th, Col. Rosser, and then the others. All took the direction of Kelley's Ford. e forced to fall back under a sharp fire. The 3d having failed, Col. Rosser with the 5th, was ordered to sustain it, and without being awareen from the sterling point. Not being able to get over the wall Col. Rosser led the 5th down it at a charge, into the lane, and during down to a galling fire, unable to go further on account of the house, Col. Rosser was obliged to wheel about and move back two or three hundred yatered, but they maintained their position, obeying the orders of Col. Rosser, and forming under fire, remained until the 3d again gallantly ced than ever to resist his further advance. In this last charge Col. Rosser, of the 5th, who was wounded once before, at Gaines's farm, was ssing: 16. Total: 85. Fifth Regiment Virginia Cavalry--Col. F L Rosser, wounded severely in foot; Major John W Puller, killed. Co V — Kil