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aster Gen'l of Division; Maj. Wm. H. Tams, of Augusta, Aid-de-camp of Division. Brigadier-General James H. Carson, of Frederick, 3d Brigade Comd'g; Brigadier General Wm. H. Harman, of Augusta, 13th Brigade Comd'g; Brigadier General Gilbert S. Meem, of Shenandoah, 7th Brigade Comd'g. The great Union county of old Augusta has no less than eight fully equipped and well-filled volunteer companies here, and were among the very first in the field, although farthest off. Rockingham has five; Albemarle two, with two beautiful companies of University students; Culpeper has three; Orange has three; Louisa one; Shenandoah three; Warren one; Fauquier two; Jefferson about five; Berkeley about four; Frederick about four; and scattering companies from other neighboring counties. These troops are skillfully posted, in fine spirits, and spoiling for a fight. The enemy are hovering in large numbers along the Pennsylvania border, making Carlisle barracks and Harrisburg headquarters, communica