and wagons, joined the column on its route thither.
Hab we got Richmon‘ yet, boss?
asked a darkey in a corn-field, turning up his eyeballs in admiration of the Maryland cavalry; well, if we ain't, we soon shall, for McClellan and our boys is sure to fotch him.
Others, however, proved keener-sighted than the negro: women ran to hey say. Now arid then an old man is met by the wayside, pensive and sad, but recognizing the horsemen, he stops, looks astonished, and throws up his hat for the Maryland cavalry, just arrived.
Others wave handkerchiefs--'tis useless to deceive them, for a woman instinctively discovers friends or foes at sight.
Our cavalry here!lellan's wonderful genius as a commander, and the speedy subjugation of the rebels.
Our wearied horsemen called for refreshments, which the sutler handed to the Maryland cavalry (!) with great alacrity; but when pay was demanded our troopers roared with laughter, told the proprietor who they were, and much to his surprise and ind