My position is such that I cannot speak personally of any of the officers in camp except those under whose control I am placed.
Lieut. Heth has proven himself a great favorite with the company, and no wonder, for he is a mild, pleasant, and withal one of the most even-tempered officers I ever saw in command.
I say this with no disparagement to the other officers in camp, for of their popularity and worth I have not had an opportunity of knowing anything.
Orderly Sergeant Andrews, of Co. D., shows great leniency towards his men when in rank, making every allowance in his power for missteps, &c., which naturally occur with all those unaccustomed to "hep" in the tented field.
I am sorry to say that Sergeant A. cannot "hep" very well himself just at this time, as he is suffering with a very sore foot.
Divine service was held this morning in the Library Tent, and was well attended by the military.
I did not learn the minister's name.
The Library proves a