ie,Chas. P. McGary,
Jos. N. Barney,H. Davidson,
Thos. B. Huger,Robt. R. Carter,
Jno. Rutledge,O. F. Johnston,
C. ap C. Jones,Beverley Kennon,
Van R. Morgan,J. R. Eggleston,
Edw. L. Winder,J. R. Hamilton,
Joel S. Kennard,B. P. Loyall,
Jno. Wilkinson,R. T. Chapman,
C. M. Morris,J. W. Dunnington
C. M. Fauntleroy,F. E. Shepperd,
Wm. B. Fitzgerald,Thos. P. Pelot,
John S. Maury,Geo. S. Shayock,
Chas. W. Hays,Wm. L. Bradford,
R. Stephens,Wm. G. Dozier,
A. F. Warley,Wm. E. Ewan,
Reginald Fairfax,J. W. Alexander,
Wm. A. Webb,Jno. M. Stribling,
Chas. C. Simms,Philip Porcher.
Wm. F. Patton,Daniel S. Green,
Geo. Blacknall,John T. Mason,
W. A. Spotswood,Wm. B. Sinclair,
Lewis W. Minor,R. F. Mason.
W. F. McClenahan,
James F. Harrison,C. H. Williamson,
J. W. B. Greenhow,Arthur M. Lynch,
D. B. Phillips,Wm. E. Wysham,
John Ward,Daniel B. Conrad,
W. F. Carrington,Francis L. Galt.
H. W. M. Washington,Robt. J. Freema
p-fires I could see — were mostly snugly covered by the French tentes d'abri--shelter-tents --of which each marching soldier carries a portion, and is thus sure of protection against any delay of trains.
Late at night came positive tidings to Fairfax, confirming the rumored evacuation of Centreville and Manassas. Gen. Kearney, of Franklin's division, had, in fact, boldly pushed into the former famous town, with only a small portion of his brigade; had found it desolate, though frowning in fos guiding the commander who is to the field of Bull Run, and pointing out to him the haps and mishaps which are history for evermore.
On they went, and late at night had completed the circuit, were again in Centreville, and perhaps en route for Fairfax.
But four loyal civilians had revisited the battle-field before these, or any less distinguished Federalists.
We were the first Northerners, high or low, who succeeded in accomplishing that feat.
After passing the generals, we speedily reac