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arch was to be made. How strange the contrast to our former flying trips — through to Baltimore by 4 o'clock P. M. From the depot my companion and took our course towards Culpeper Court House. pursuing the route of our army when it attacked Pope at Cedar Run. Nearing the battle field. I found the country awfully laid waste. This was done by the enemy, after we fell back, to avenge themselves for the whipping they got. What I saw of Yankee farms on the battle field, and what I heard fro This created quite a sensation with a squad near us, but we soon determined this to be one of the rumors which darkens the very air now a days, and pushed on without a care. A long here we heard sundry items about the Yankees, and their doings. Pope is described as being short and thick set, with thick hair and beard and very profane. A citizen asked him for protection against some great outrage. "No sir," replied the General, at the top of his voice. "Go to the mountains and hide, I did