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Doc. 5.-the escape of General Stuart. Official report of General Pleasanton. Frederick, Wednesday, Oct. 15, 1862. the following are the main features of the report of Gen. Pleasanton, relative to the rebel raid into Pennsylvania: On Saturday morning, (October eleventh,) at four o'clock, he received orders to start with his command, and was soon en route for Hagerstown, arriving there about eleven o'clock. There he was informed that the rebels were moving in the direction of
rd on their detour from Chambersburgh, and were reported as having passed a little town east of Mechanicstown, half-past 11 Saturday night. From Mechanicstown, Pleasanton set out in pursuit at one A. M., Sunday morning. At five A. M. he reached Frederick, and thence went directly south to the mouth of the Monocacy, the rebels passing a little ahead of him, by a parallel road a little east, through Newmarket and Urbana.
At eight A. M. the Union cavairy struck the Poolesville road, near the mout