th six pieces of artillery.
This raid is abundantly provided for. Our cavalry have been doing splendid work.
I have heard Wirt Adams's old regiment more particularly mentioned.
I had begun to fear the forty wagons affair was a reliable contraband story, but to-day I learned the particulars from a participant in the affair.
Two squadrons from Wirt Adams's old regiment, led by Colonel Wood, (now commanding that gallant corps,) and supported by a small force of dismounted men under Colonel Dumontielle, charged across a small field, along the opposite side of which the enemy's wagon train was passing, heavily guarded by a line of infantry on either side.
The charge was so sudden, so wild, so gallant, that the wretches felt their doom was sealed and fled in wild confusion.
On dashed the avenging rebels, and while the mules and drivers struggled in confusion and dismay, they shot drivers and mules as they swept like whirlwind down the line of struggling, crushed, and disorderly Ya