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dly wounded, an aid from General Longstreet came riding to us to know whether the fire affected us. "It doesn't affect me at all," replied the Major," "I don't know how it is with others about here. Tell the General I shell hold my position until ordered to change it" For reasons unknown to us, we were shortly after ordered to resume our first position, and the darling idea of the Major's heart. "charging a battery with the First," was not gratified. The day we reached Centreville (July 24th)A portion of the company, known formerly at the National Rifles, from Washington, was added to the regiment as company F. --The original company was commanded by well known in military cles; but he being under arrest and awaiting a trial by Court Martial, (since honorably acquitted) Lieut. Cummings was in authority. This corps did not remain with us long, Gen. Longstreet finding it necessary to send them to Manassas, without arms, for open mutiny against their commanding officer.