ter from this quarter would not be altogether uninteresting to your readers.
The Brigade of Gen. Bonham, including Capt. Kemper's battery, are stationed at this point.
We arrived here on Wednesday morning, after the engagement of the 21st at Stone Bridge.
The health of the troops generally is good.
We have fine water, plenty of healthful food, (much of which at one time belonged to the enemy,) a large quantity of wood for cooking, and last, though by no means the least of our comforts, we ar had raised the Union flag when the Yankees marched through here to Fairfax C. H.--
Now their houses are deserted, and their possessors are perhaps safely on the other side of the Potomac.
I presume that the details of the battle of Stone Bridge have reached you; but there are thousands of interesting incidents, perhaps insignificant in themselves, but which, collectively, went far towards turning the tide of battle.
All the troops engaged, so far as my observation extended — and I w