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ving the consoling privilege of returning it. For reasons which will readily appear to the intelligent reader, I shall say nothing of the disposition, number, movements, or plans of our force — a feature in letter-writing that should be more generally adopted in Virginia. Thus much I will say, on behalf of the companies at present under command of Lieut. Col. Stewart: they are all well, in fine spirits, and "eager for the fray." It may not be out of place to mention here that Private Cornell, of the Young Guard, served as one of the aids to Col. Magruder during the hottest of the fight, riding from one end of our line to the other continually, with the coolness of a veteran. Honor to whom honor is due. The "craft" is very well represented in the Young Guard, there being eight printers among them, who will handle the shooting-stick with destructive effect upon the solid columns of the Northern leaders, and will possibly double-lead all the minions the old Ape of the No