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very field, and before this war ends, the world will have abundant proofs that the best blood of '76 flows in your veins. By command of Gen'l. Stuart. (Signed) L. Tierman Bries, A. A. G. A day or two ago one of our best scouts, Redmond Burke, who was captured at the battle of Lewensville, returned from Washington. His adventures, his capture, and escape, form quite an interesting story, and I will give it in my next letter from this point. Some days ago I suggested that it to private Cuthbert, who was wounded, in the leg, the same charge injuring the horse. The saddle, bridle and equipments were complete, and were taken by Capt. Waring. The Yankees dropped a hatchet and a dirk knife, which fall into the hands of Burke, who recently escaped from the hands of the enemy, and whose story I shall give as soon as possible, With every advantage in their vor, the enemy came off second best in the affair. Near by Annandale I obtained a New York Herald of the 3rd