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Mr. Julius Bing's Adventures. Washington, Thursday, Aug. 1, 1861. Mr. Julius Bing, a German by birth, a British subject by naturaliz
ch questions as had been put him by inferior officers, respecting Washington and the national army, might in future be asked, to which Beaureg Court, stands right opposite the Court House, on the main road to Washington.
The teatable was still uncleared, and cold meat yet remained fo be more comfortable than in the day-time; beside, I want to reach Washington early, and we can catch the seven o'clock boat from Alexandria.
mmenced just as we reached the seven o'clock (the first) boat for Washington.
So we were not only among the last from the regulated panic, but were with the first soldiers who reached Washington by this route.
(The Arlington and Long Bridge road diverges some miles from Alexandria. ue; but how easily such a thing could have been done!
My loyal Washington friend's suggestion of the good moral effect which our Seventh Re