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rrespondent of the London Times, in sketching this illustrious General, spoke of the stern gravity of his demeanor, which, in his likenesses, approaches almost to solemnity. It is the face indicating what we most like and respect amongst mankind, that rarest of characters among our race, a single-minded, earnest man. A patriot and an honest man indeed, a man without guile, who loves the Southern cause from his heart of hearts, and not because it gives him distinction or power, is this noble Creole gentleman and Christian hero. He is willing to serve in any place, and under anybody, so that he can serve the cause which is dearer to him than honors, position, and life itself. These words but feebly express what the people of Virginia think of the respected and beloved General, who, for nine months, has guarded their frontier, illustrated their soil with the radiance of patriotism, valor, and genius, and who takes with him to his new field of action their best wishes and prayers to