ome from the scene of carnage with death staring him in the face on every side, here knelt and wept like a child.
No eye was dry among those present, and many a silent and spoken resolution was made that moment, that Reno's death should be amply avenged — Thus died one of the bravest Generals that was in the service of his country; one of the bright gems in the crown of Burnside, and a man whom all respected and loved.
The country can ill afford to lose at this trying hour such men as Kearney Stevens and Reno.
Apprehensions of the Merrimac no. 2.
The New York Times calls on the Navy Department to look out for Merrimac No. 2, and thinks the "rebels" are playing the same game about her they did about No. 1.
We were told that she was top-heavy; that she hogged and logged, and drew more water than there was in all Hampton Roads; and just in the middle of the general chuckle she dashes our and does — what all the world knows she did. Now, we don't say that becau