's letters — on the battle of Bull Run.
Washington, July 19, 1861.
The army of the North is shed ere I could hope to gain the shelter of Washington.
No one knew whither any corps or regiment d the representative of the Thunderer toward Washington.
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Now, the art ofd to drive on as fast as they pleased toward Washington; the regiment deployed into a field on the othe best horsemen in the world in Virginia!
Washington was still 18 miles away.
The road was roughgs.
Then we were set right as we approached Washington, by teamsters.
For an hour, however, we seeed.
Though I was well mounted, and had left Washington with the intention of returning early that nrth why they should not have either got into Washington or compelled the whole of the Federalist arm had done so, he made the best of his way to Washington, and told the anecdote in society, among who the truth is developed the secessionists in Washington become radiant with joy, and cannot conceal