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July, 1861. July, 2 Reached Buckhannon at 5 P. M., and encamped beside the Fourth Ohio, in
it could well have been a hundred years ago.
For the first time to-day, I saw men brin d could not buy tobacco at a dime a bagfull.
The Fourth has passed off quietly in the and now close it on the morning of the 11th.
At 10 A. M. we were ordered to the front ightfall reached Beverly and went into camp.
Six or eight hundred Southern troops sen woods tonight, if, indeed, he sleeps at all.
The Ninth and Fourth Ohio, Fifteenth ind with a sawlog?
D-n yer ugly pictures, whoa!
This afternoon, when riding down to Hutt little there is of war in Western Virginia.
The most interesting of all days in the and heaven are really very near each other.
This morning, at two o'clock, I was ratt camp.
We shall probably move against them.
The news from Manassas Junction is a lit [13 more...]
July, 1862. July, 2 We know, or think we know, that a great battle has been fought near Rich
Thirty-four guns were fired at noon.
An Atlanta paper of the 1st instant says papers have been allowed to come into camp.
McCook moved toward Chattanooga.
General ed city, eating sow belly and doe-christers.
Am detailed to serve on court-martial.
eal, rob, and commit all manner of outrages.
Our court has been adjourning from day t tional obedience as the price of protection.
The post at Murfreesboro, occupied by tw essee.
It crossed the river at Chattanooga.
The star of the Confederacy appears to b d teach them that war is no holiday pastime.
Returned to Huntsville this afternoon; G does.
Turchin has been made a brigadier.
An order issued late last evening transf nemy's cavalry; but no shots were exchanged.
The rebel cavalry were riding in the mou [7 more...] [13 more...]