saint or hung as a traitor.
The Secretary of War is filling the army with inexperienced boys while he is disgusting the real military men of the country.
General Walker, of Augusta, has written saying he couldn't stand on military etiquette any longer and authorized me to tender his services for any appointment.
I am going s in earnest.
In addition to this the good news of the secession of Arkansas and Tennessee have kept the cannon booming all day.
If we could only get rid of Lee Walker and Mallory
The Secretaries of War and Navy. and the Lord would kill off Governor Letcher and his General Gwynn at Norfolk, I should feel like shouting to-ntate to-day and goes immediately into the field as Brigadier-General of Georgia forces.
The Troup Artillery has been ordered off to the North West army, but Secretary Walker has promised me to attach them to my legion just as soon as I get into the field.
July 24.—I have made the circuit of the city to-day visiting wounded Geo