er have I known an instance where any one of them has used subterfuge to evade a rule, however hard it might bear upon them.
They are the soul of honor, truth, and patriotism.
A victory — but not in the East.
I expect none here while there is such a stream of travel flowing Northward.
It was in Missouri, at Lexington.
Gen. Price has captured the town and made several thousand prisoners, whom he dismissed on parole.
And Wise has had bloody fighting with Rosecrans in Western Virginia.
He can beat the enemy at fighting; but they beat him at manoeuvring, with the use of the guides Gen. Winder has sent them from our prisons here.
Col. Wright has had a race with the Yankees on the North Carolina coast.
They fled to their works before his single regiment with such precipitation as to leave many of their arms and men behind.
We lost but one man: and he was fat, broke his wind, and died in the pursuit, October 13TH.-Another little succe