ve the honor to report, for the information of Major General Reynolds, commanding the corps, that Mrs. —, named in your communication of this date, has called at these headquarters, and has given me the following information: I live about four miles and a half from Martinsburg, on the road to Shepherdstown, in the lines of the rebel army.
The rebel infantry all left that neighborhood on Thursday night of this week.
I think the whole rebel army was there.
When they left they moved toward Winchester.
Stuart's cavalry have been left.
The number I do not know.
They have torn up the railroad and everything belonging to the road at Martinsburg, and down toward Kearneyville.
They took up the cross-ties and burnt them, putting the rails on the fire.
They are treating the Union citizens badly, and using and destroying their property.
This is all of any importance that Mrs. — seemed to know in reference to the movements and conduct of the enemy.
The next day, the whole army was in m