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hing, we demonstrated our possession of it by getting once more into Virginia. Although several days after the battle, we found the shore thronged with men and boys gathering relics or fishing them from the water. During the retreat the Yankees stopped upon the bank of the river and stripped off their clothing. Every man threw his gun away; some their coats and blankets. By wading into the stream excellent muskets could be found in great numbers. I saw several fine "Belgian" and "London Tower" guns fished up from the bottom. One man got a fine pair of shoes and a splendid oil-cloth. It is difficult to estimate the amount of property captured in this affair. Colonel Featherstone's account is correct as far as the arms goes, but there were other things which the soldiers got, and which were not turned over to the Adjutant General. The object of this expedition is very clear to my mind, and I am inclined to believe that the "Baltimore and Ohio" Railroad lay at the bottom