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quor, to which there can be no harm in saying we all did ample justice. For my part, I trust it will not be the last time that I shall enjoy the gallant General's hospitality. Here I was introduced by General Beauregard to a wounded officer, Lieut. Cary, (the great grand son of Jefferson,) whose life being threatened by a Federal commander when in a helpless condition, he shot him to the earth! The fallen man remained in Lieut. Cary's embrace for an hour afterwards — the dead bound to the li life being threatened by a Federal commander when in a helpless condition, he shot him to the earth! The fallen man remained in Lieut. Cary's embrace for an hour afterwards — the dead bound to the living! Nothing more of interest occurred during the day. As the shades of evening closed, I arrived at headquarters, when I sought relief in repose, for which my equestrian exercise had particularly disposed me. Early next morning I was on the wing and off for Richmond, a sadder but a wiser ma