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The Daily Dispatch: October 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], The people agitated --the militia fair off. (search)
f this place. They had become very much dissatisfied, and a large number had gone home, on account of the long delay in paying them. but they are now returning, having been assured that they would all be paid. Notwithstanding the complicated condition of the pay rolls, caused by inexperienced officers. Capt. Hatter, by his enticing energy and his large experience in the pay-department, soon paid off thirteen companies, and a great many officers in Winchester, and believes this morning for Harristown, to pay off a regiment at the place. The Government may well congratulate itself in one so proficient in the pay-department as Capt. Hutter. No man can reader more service in this department than Capt. Hutter, having been in the pay department ten years previous to his appointment in the Confederate service. Stirring news reached Winchester, on yesterday, that the Federal troops were marching on Martinsburg but there port has not been confirmed. S. Winchester, Oct. 26, 1861.
From Camp Cooper. interesting letter from a soldier's wife — Centreville — the presence of a lady Creaces a Stir among the soldiers — a live Yankee &c. [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Camp Cooper, Oct. 26, 1861. Thinking you might like to hear something of camp life from a feminine point of observation, I thought I would jet down my experience of a few days in camp, on a visit to my husband. My place of a journal is with the 1st Regiment Cavalry Virginia Volunteers, so well known as Suart's Cavalry. It is now, as it always has been, on the out-post serving as the advance guard. Of the battle ground, the scenery, and country generally, It will be scarcely worth while for me to write, as since the 21st of July you have had it served up la Brestli, and in every other style. But I must speak of our encampments. The view they present from a hill, on the other side of Centreville is the most beautiful I ever beheld. Every upland, glade, and glen,<