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filled with evidences of the to night of the Yankees. All sorts, of equipage, half burnt wagons, letters by hundreds, and grain, poured on the road, lie every where. From Middletown to Winchester are dozens of dead horses, many of which were killed during the running fight of Saturday P. M. and Sunday morning. I read many letters to Yankee soldiers from friends at home. None are fit to send you. --The only one not stupid was too foul to be read, and shows a bad state of morals at Morris, ill. One letter was from a girl, and said "This is the devilishness pen." Another from a girl apologizes for being the second without an answer, and hopes the writer will not be thought "unladylike." Another says, "Bill we have received your picture, and you do look Bully" Another says, "We do not miss you except at meals," Another childs a son for sending only $26 home, and asks "What have you done with the rest ? You have drawn over $40. We have sent you paper and stamps — What did you nee