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overcoats have been received and they now present a fine and martial appearance. From Drs. Cullen and Maury I learn that there are now few cases of sickness in camp and that the general health of the regiment is good.--Nothing particularly new or interesting has occurred in their camp, all having been kept busy since their return fortifying themselves against the cold weather. This morning there was a grand review of Gen. Longstreet's division, consisting of the brigade of Gens. Ewell, Cocke, and Jones. I arrived on the ground late, and did not witness the ceremony, but succeeded in getting a sight of Gen. Ewell at the head of his force. The sight was a splendid one, and I felt very proud of the General and his brigade, and could but wish the Yankees would soon give them an opportunity of testing their metal in the field. Last Thursday one hundred and sixty Federal cavalry came up to within rifle distance of our pickets, and dismounting commenced firing on them. The pick