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ft camp, on the Rapidan, and moved in the direction of Madison C. H. One brigade, commanded by Col. J. R. Chambliss, of Gen. Fitz Lee's division, was ordered by Gen. Stuart to proceed promptly from the vicinage of Raccoon Ford and cross the river at Peyton's Ford and picket the Robertson river, and keep up the line of pickets unbroken until he could swing around by way, of Madison C. H. and cross the Robertson in this neighborhood. Gen. Stuart, leaving his bivouac early on the morning of the 10th, crossed the Robertson above James City, and captured a number of the enemy's cavalry. He soon came up with the 120th New York regiment of infantry on picket at Bethesia, and ordered a charge, and came nigh capturing the entire regiment. A few only made their escape by flying rapidly to the mountains. Late in the evening of the same day Gen. Stuart engaged a heavy force of the enemy's cavalry at James City, and succeeded in repulsing it, after a pretty hot engagement. From what your corre
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