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ney slung the wedge." The following are the officers of the Hazelwood Volunteers, another company of this county: Captain, John Taylor; 1st Lieutenant, Dr. J. Woodville Ashby; 2d Lieutenant, W. F. Stout; 3d Lieutenant, Thomas W. Harris; Orderly Sergeant, Thomas Ashby; Surgeon, Dr. J. S. Wharton. They are all fighting men, and hail from the town and neighborhood of Stevensburg. But there is another company I must tell you about, as everybody takes a deep interest in it, evidencing, as it dormed at this place, composed of intelligent and interesting little boys, and called the "Culpeper Yellow Jackets." At their first meeting they elected three officers, as follows: Captain, J. James Wharton; 1st Lieutenant, H. Marion Wharton; Orderly Sergeant, J. W. R. Kirk. The others will soon be chosen. A Home Guard was organized at this place some time since, by the Silver Greys of the neighborhood, (Jno. Wharton, captain,) which now acts for local surveillance. Our County Court, a
-House. We find in late Northern papers the following official report of General McDowell to General Scott, of the fight at Fairfax Court-House. Lientenant Tompkins, who commanded the company, was severely wounds, to much so that he was unable to make his report: Hdqrs. Department, Eastern Va., Arlington, June 1, 1861. Colonel E. D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant General, Headquarters of the Army, Washington: Sir --The following facts have just been reported to me by the Orderly Sergeant of Company B, of the Second Cavalry, commanded by Lieut. Tompkins, the commanding officer, being too unwell to report in person. It appears that a company of the Second Cavalry, commanded by Lieutenant Tomepkins, aggregate number seventy five, left their camp at half-past 10 o'clock last night on a scouting expedition. They reached Fairfax Court-House about three in the morning, where they found several hundred men stationed, Captain Ewell, late of the United States Dragoons, said
The Washington Artillery. --The following is a list of the officers of the battalion of Artillery, from New Orleans, now encamped at Howard's Grove: Staff.--Major, J. B. Walton; Adjutant, Lieut. W. M. Owen; Surgeon, Dr. E. S Drew; Quartermaster, Lieut. C. H. Slocomb. Non-Commissioned Staff--Sergeant-Major, C. L. C. Dupuy; Color Sergeant, Louis M. Montgomery; Quartermaster Sergeant, Stringer Kennedy. Color Guard.--Corporals George W. Wood, E. J. Jewell, A. H. Peale and J. H. Dearie. First Company.--Captain, H. M. Isaacson; First Lieutenant, J. B. Richardson, Jr.; Second Lieutenant, H. G. Geiger. Second Company--First Lieutenant, C. C. Lewis, commanding; First Lieutenant, Samuel J. McPherson; Second Lieutenant, C. H. Slocomb. Third Company.--Captain, M. W. Miller; First Lieutenant, J. B. Whittington; Second Lieutenant, L. A Adam; First Sergeant, Frank McElroy; Second Sergeant., A. V Hero; Third Sergeant L. Prados; Fourth Sergeant J. T. Handy; First