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amp, yet, I saw no one intoxicated at Camp Robertson, which circumstance speaks well for the 56th The men were genial without being boisterous, merry without madness, and dignified without dejection. As the last rays of the sun fell on the adjacent mountain ranges, capped with snow, while the valley below them could boast of none, a scene of indescribable beauty met the eye. It presented the appearance of a splendid, surging sea of molten gold! A dispatch from General Marshall, dated Dec. 22nd, to which I am permitted to have access by the popular and accommodating Quartermaster of the 56th Regiment, Dr. R. B. Patterson, reads as follows,--"The enemy in front at Louisa in large force--fifteen hundred Cavalry, and seven Regiments of Infantry and Artillery--thirty two miles from me. An army is collecting to drive me and intends to advance at once I am informed." As a consequence of this dispatch, there is considerable bustle in the Quartermaster's Department, and horses are being i
len me. From the Upper Potomac — reports of a Virginia Unionist. A Yankee correspondent writes from Dam No. 4, Dec. 22, as follows: Dam No. 4, Dec. 22.--James Greenwood, a staunch Unionist, reports that there is about one guerilla comDec. 22.--James Greenwood, a staunch Unionist, reports that there is about one guerilla company left to keep guard on the neck opposite, between this place and Falling Waters, four miles above. The remainder left for Martinsburg on Saturday morning, excepting the wagons containing the boats. Mr. Greenwood's residence is a mile back of thing untiring vigilance. Destruction of Union property. Mercersville, (on the river, four miles below Dam No. 5,) Dec. 22. --This little hamlet is populated by persons engaged in the canal trade, but being without an exception strong Unity, capable of producing about 15,000,000 bales of cotton per annum. The notorious Col. Magoffin. Ottewill, Mo., Dec. 22. --I learned yesterday that among the prisoners taken by General Pope last Thursday, was the notorious Col. Magoffi