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ere it was visible now and then among the trees in cream colored patches. This read was filled with commissariat wagons, the white tops of which were visible for two miles in our front. Manassas Gap and Junction in view — the day Dream of Mr. Seward fully Dispelled. On our left front, a gap in the lowest chain of the hills showed the gap of Manassas, and to the left and nearer to us lay the Junction, of the same name, where the Alexandria rail- way unites with the rail from the west of Virginia, and continues the route by rails of various denominations to Richmond. The scene was so peaceful, a man might well doubt the evidence of one sense that a great contest was being played out below in bloodshed, or imagine, as Mr. Seward sometimes does, that it was a delusion when he wakes in the morning and finds there is civil war upon him. The roar and Gleam and dust of the battle. But the cannon spoke out loudly from the green bushes, and the plains below were mottled,
The Daily Dispatch: August 23, 1861., [Electronic resource], Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. (search)
Newspapers Washington, Aug. 22 --The Seward newspaper and Washington.