Von dem vom Hochlöblichen Hussaren Regiment nach Lohra detachirten Commando vom 25ten bis inclusive den 31ten Octobr 1795.
< Da>tum < Octo>b: <179>5 // Wer die Patrouille geritten // Stunde: des Abgangs / der Wiederankunft // Was für einen Weg sie genommen, und was für Orthe sie berührt hat. // Ob sie etwas angetroffen, und was sie neues eingebracht hat.
<den 2>6ten // Gefr: Leyman Hussar Bergman // Mittag 12 / Nach Mitt. 4 // Heimershausen und die Grenze von Züschen // ∅
Interestingly, the row for the 29th of October mentions another "Hussar Leyman". Here is the transcription:
<den 2>9ten // Gefr: Hahn Hussar Leyman // Morg 8 / Nach Mit 1/2 1 // Balhorn // ∅
The place name I decipher "Lohra" could hypothetically be read as "Lohna", but from your other post we know that this regiment was stationed at Lohra, Hessen.
In the extra row, the expression "1/2 1" stands for "halb eins", or 12:30 (PM).
Report of patrols
[conducted] by the unit detached to Lohra from the honored/commendable(?) Hussar Regiment from October 25th through 31th, 1795.
Date in October 1795 // Who rode on patrol // Hour: of departure / of return // What route it took and what places it touched upon // Whether it came across something [worth reporting], and what news it gathered.
26th // Gefreiter Leyman, hussar Bergman // 12 (noon) / 4 PM / Heimershausen and the border at Züschen // none
And the extra row with the hussar Leyman:
29th // Gefreiter Hahn, hussar Leyman // 8 AM / 12:30 PM / Balhorn // none
I translated "hochlöblich" as "honored/commendable"; I do not know whether this might be a more specific, technical predicate for military units. (Maybe along the lines of: decorated? veteran? or the like.)
The row of the 29th mentions a "Hussar Leyman", while the row of the 26th that you marked mentions a "Gefr: Leyman". Assuming rigid ranks and roles in the regiment, these must be two different people sharing the name Leyman. I leave it to you to decide which one is your ancestor.
EDIT: As @HalvarF and @PaulFrost have pointed out in the comments, a Gefreiter was one rank higher than a simple hussar (in my original answer, I had assumed the opposite). From your earlier post, we gather that your ancestor Leyman was a hussar in late 1798/early 1799. Identifying your ancestor with the Gefreiter in this 1795 document would entail his demotion to the lowest rank of hussar in the meantime.