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hink there is a shadow of a doubt. But with the experience which we have now had, and the help of a just Providence in aiding the strong arms of our own gallant young men, I am confident we will be able to repel the invader, who, having "sown the wind, will reap the whirlwind." I learn that Captain Briscoe, of the 12th Mississippi regiment, has been appointed Quartermaster of the regiment, in the place of Capt. Toliver, resigned. Sergeant Galbraith, of the same regiment, has been appointed Commissary, vice Hawkens, promoted. Both excellent appointments, and give general satisfaction. The delightful beauty of these bright and pleasant starlit nights, especially out here upon the rumpling little Occoquan, is exquisite indeed, suggestive of quiet meditation and pleasing reflections of the loved once at home, for whom we are here to "do or to die." Emotions of patriotic pride gush up from the heart at the thought of the glorious cause for which we are battling. Warren.