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st Regiment Va. Vols.,Fairfax C. H., Sept. 17, '61. The weather has been very changeable for the last few days — at present cloudy-- frequently giving us a smart shower of rain. On Monday last Gen. Longstreet removed his headquarters to Falls Church, whither his brigade had preceded him the day before. Our tents and camp equipage still remain at Fairfax, but we anticipate orders to forward them on to Falls Church in a few days. The First Regiment boys are in fine spirits; very littlFalls Church in a few days. The First Regiment boys are in fine spirits; very little sickness prevails. We congratulate ourselves and thank our merciful Father that no death has occurred from sickness in our regiment since we entered the service. You will readily admit this to be an especial mark of Divine favor, for we have been exposed to all kinds of weather, and recently performing the most arduous picket duty; also, skirmishing at Munson's and Mason's hills, day and night, without tents, overcoats or blankets to protect us from the almost incessant falling weather. Sti
Miller Wolfe. --The gallant lad who was severely wounded, a few days ago, while with a scouting party near Falls Church, is recovering, at the residence of his father, Robert B. Wolfe, Esq., Winchester. Master Wolfe is a member of the "Boomerang Company," Capt. Sherer, attached to Col. A. P. Hill's Regiment.