camp life at the Bower.
Pleasantries with Pleasanton.
we lose and Recapture Martinsburg.
Osculatory ovationgence that several brigades of Federal cavalry under General Pleasanton had crossed the river, driven in our pickets, and we horse and annihilate his command.
He had been with General Pleasanton at West Point, and they had there been bitter enemies.
Pleasanton had annoyed Stuart greatly in the olden days by his foppish vanity, and in the latter days by his dash and en general of his army; and adding, that as I supposed General Pleasanton to be supreme in command of this portion of the lineht — I ask your pardon.
But why did you inquire for General Pleasanton, and what in the world induced you to suppose that he was in command here?
I do not myself know where General Pleasanton is-at this moment he may be on your side of the Potomac.
Confed. Major.-Where General Pleasanton is to-day I am certainly not able to tell; but as I had the pleasure of seein