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ery flower of our country.
Again I have heard of the death of one of our dear E. H. S. boys-William H. Robb, of Westmoreland.
He was with us for four years, and was very, very dear to us all. He died of wounds received in a cavalry fight at Brandy Station.
We thought he had recovered, but this evening brought the fatal tidings.
The news of the New York riots, which they got up in opposition to the draft, is cheering!
Oh! that they could not get up another army, and would fight each other!
The fearful list of killed and wounded, when so many of our nearest and dearest are engaged, is too full of anguish to anticipate without a sinking of heart which I have never known before.
There was a little fight some days ago, near Brandy Station — the enemy driven across the river.
Fredericksburg and Culpeper Court-House are both occupied by our troops.
This is very gratifying to our Fredericksburg refugees, who are going up to see if they can recover their property.