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I have yet seen in the army, our Major has the most military air. With candor spoken we were at first disposed to view , appointment with disfavor, without ing ourselves to inquire the whys and therefore, and doubtless would have regarded any new incumbent with the same A brief time sufficed, however, to work a complete revolution in our ing on the subject, and how we are all ing to follow "our Major" to the death. During our first encounter with the enemy, Col. Moore had fallen, and Lieut. Col had been glory. For the first time, he had command of the regiment, and right bly Wherever the death-dealing of the enemy fell thickest, there was he steed encouraging the men to He was the perfect picture of an leader, and the recollection of that day will create a halo about his noble old head that shall shine upon his virtues alone, building the moralist to the frailties of his generous nature, making his memory in years a sacred thing. On the morning of July 21st, the regi