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correspondents, and thus many deeds of great daring and high emprise went unchronicled, which would have established a reputation for their actors had they been transacted upon a theatre nearer to civilization and journalism. On the 29th July, 1857, at a time when we were absorbed with the Atlantic telegraph and other exciting matters of the "piping times of peace," Col Sumner encountered a force of three hundred braves of the Cheyenne tribe strongly posted upon Solomon's Fork of the Kansas river, and, after a sharp struggle, put them to flight in great disorder. In this combat Lieut. Stuart was severely wounded. At the outbreak of the present war, Lieut Stuart lost no time in resigning his commission and offering his sword to the cause of his native South. It is unnecessary to refer to his exploits since that time. They have been most effectively laid before the public in a brilliant series by our daily journalists. With his rapid rise from a Colonelcy to the command of