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false alarms, the regiment marched is miles without halting. This sort of thing did us no harm, however, but rather served to inure us to hardship and danger, and to make us better soldiers. A short time after our arrival at Fairfax, Capt. S. P. Mitchell, our Adjutant, was appointed Brigade Quartermaster, with the rank of Major, and Lieut. Wm. H. Palmer, of company D, was chosen to fill the office made vacant. No better selection could have been made for either of the two mentioned positierson's staff. Company C.--Wm. English, promoted, vice Capt. cotey, made Major. Lieut. Mitchell, promoted, vice Lieut. M. Segars, resigned. Company D--Lieut. Reeve, promoted, vice Lieut. Henry Harney. Wm. H. Palmer, Adjutant, vice S. P. Mitchell, promoted to Captain in the Q. M. Department, and assigned to duty with Gen. Langstreet. Company G--Lieut. Langley, promoted, vice S. H. Tucker, resigned Lieut Morris, promoted, vice Lieut. H. Miles, killed July 18th. Lieut McDonald, pro