Our Generals think the cavalry will have a heavy part to bear in the coming battle.
We are called upon to do our duty bravely.
I look to the only true source of safety, for protection, amid the dangers to which we may be exposed.
I saw Captain Davis a few days ago; he was well and hearty.
Captain Bowie was badly wounded at Gettysburg, and Ferd.
These are the only casualties I have heard of in that Battle—in the Fortieth.
I saw Wilbur Davis yesterday; he was very Wilbur Davis yesterday; he was very well; not engaged in the battle of Gettysburg.
Captain Murphy arrived a few days ago with Holliday.
Your letters reached us safely, and we were much delighted to hear such cheering news from home.
May the peace, quiet and health, now your fortune to enjoy, continue long!
I have not seen Captain M. yet; he will show himself soon, though, I reckon.
I wish, as you say, General Lee would not let the Yankees come back to the Northern Neck again.
Unhappy as I was made to feel by hearing of the