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expedition last winter. This valley is now in utter desolation. Human habitations and fences all gone, and left a mournful solitude. Next morning resumed the march, and immediately after crossing the river, came to the rebel works made by Lee during the summer of 1861, and called Camp Alleghany. At this place we met two more families of refugees, also from White Sulphur, leaving the doomed land of Dixie, who had been driven off by the rebels. From here a scouting party was sent to Fort Baldwin, on top of the Alleghany. At this point the Beverly and Staunton pike crosses the mountain. This party, when they reached the summit, built a large number of fires, engaged all the hay in the country, and required accommodations for some half-dozen generals, and then made a circuit to the village of Green Bank, where they scattered a company of rebel cavalry, and made two prisoners. The brigade marched down the valley by the way of Green Bank. We were now in a fine country, that, in ap