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ing more desperate. On the 18th Gen Stuart occupied Middleburg with Robertson's and W. H. F. Lee's brigade. During this day Major Mosby captured an aid of Gen Hooker, who was bearing most important information. From information found on this aid it was ascertained that the enemy were advancing on Culpeper C. H, by way of Way of the Federal cavalry but they made feeble resistance, retreating to Great Falls. Rockville was, be it remembered, on the direct route from Washington city to Hooker's army. Soon after the rest of the cavalry had reached Rockville, a large wagon train approached from the direction of Washington city, and was apparently but sl of Gettysburg. In answer to this, it is sufficient to say that these captures were made on the regular line of the cavalry march, which was following closely in Hooker's wake, observing his movements. That night Gen. S pushed on, and whilst at Brookeville, as also on the next day at Cooksville, he paroled a number of prisoners,