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indefatigable in his labors to help and ameliorate the condition of the army, so is Dr. Muscroff, of the Tenth.--Nothing is left undone by these men. Dr. Shumard, Brigade Surgeon of the First Brigade, has been unceasing in his efforts to do everything in his power toward helping and even rendering assistance to the sick and wounded. The only brigade in the whole division whose wants are promptly attended to is the First. Gen. Benham's. Himself and staff. Captains Stanage, Atkinson, and Hawkes, are untiring in their efforts. Major Burke, of the Tenth, to his credit be it said has the most healthy regiment, except the Fifth Ohio, that I have seen during my sojourn in Western Virginia. The day previous to our fall back on Mountain Cave towards Gauley, the Tenth struck tents at 6 P. M. and at 7½ the whole baggage and tents of the "Bloody Tenth" were on the move. At 8½ P.M. the same night, Gen. Benham received orders from Rosencranz to halt. Consequently, the men of the Tenth