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e of quoits, balls, gymnastic fixtures, chess boards, &c, the time will soon pass away. It is not so very certain that there will be no fighting during the winter. As far as I know the health of the regiment is very good. A subscription has been started for the benefit of the Charleston sufferers, and, although still growing, has reached a very respectable figure. In the Washington Artillery, also, a large sum has been subscribed for the charitable purpose. One company alone, the 2d, Capt. Rosser, has subscribed six hundred dollars, nearly every member giving a month's pay. The other three companies have also put down a handsome sum. The weather still continues good and is not excessively cold. There has been but one stormy day for some time. So long as the roads continue in the present good condition, there is a possibility of a fight. It seems hardly probable, however, that if a general advance had been contemplated, it would have been so long delayed. McClellan had no