after a diet of beef and liver.
I could not help thinking of Sumter and the English officer and envying Sumter his luxurious living.
Did you see that Henry Jackson's piece to his wife and child is published and attributed to old Stonewall?
November 12.—My cavalry suffered nothing in the last skirmish.
Deloney behaved most gallantly in the first.
He was in considerable peril at one time.
He was rescued by young Clanton, of Augusta, who was afterwards severely wounded.
I fear that Jack Thomas, of Augusta, will die. I shall make Willie Church adjutant of the Cavalry, and I have forwarded a recommendation of Camak to be made major of infantry.
November 14.—I was surprised to-night by the appearance of General Wm M. Browne.
He came to see General Lee on business and makes my camp his home while here.
He has strong hopes of intervention.
I do not look for it myself.
Captain Berrien brought me a cap from Richmond, for which he had to pay the nice little sum of eighteen dolla