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rom the southwest to the northeast; our course being to the southeast, as we are moving toward Warrenton, we do not go through the gap, but pass the mouth of it, and climb the mountainside east of San to the upper Rappahannock, and thence west into Culpepper County. Army headquarters were at Warrenton, which lies west of the great Midland Railroad, then called Alexandria and Orange, and is cononcealing his intention so far that, on our arrival upon the plains around and to the north of Warrenton, one half of the Confederate army of northern Virginia was at Culpepper, having moved parallelhis army between these widely detached portions of the Confederate army, moving obliquely from Warrenton. But last night he was ordered to turn over his command to Gen. Burnside. Burnside reluctantommand in obedience to the mandate of the war department. He halted here on the plains around Warrenton, reorganizing the army upon a novel plan. The six army corps were consolidated into three gra
at to Centreville race between the two armies return to Warrenton reminiscences affair at Rappahannock Station return toed over the east side of the mountains to the vicinity of Warrenton. The army headquarters were, we believe, at Warrenton; tWarrenton; there is a branch of the great Midland line leading northwest to this place, which was our immediate base of supplies. This the point on this ridge six or eight miles southwest of Warrenton and three miles northwest of Sulphur Springs, the most an seen moving north along the Sulphur Springs road toward Warrenton. This retirement of the cavalry was declared by the knows, the booming of cannon was heard in the northwest as at Warrenton. The head of our column must be at Warrenton Junction, ny hoped that some of the fragrant leaf might be found in Warrenton. We were not disappointed. The morning after our arrival at Warrenton was the beginning of a typical Indian summer day; the air was delightfully exhilarating. After water-cal