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Our army correspondence. the route to Winchester--President Davis--the battle-field — the soldiers on the way — Female heroism — Affairs in Maryland--a charge on Jackson's staff — the living in Maryland, &c., &c. Winchester, Sept. 15th, 1862. If I knew what news you are in possession of — If I only had four file up to date — I would know better how and what to write. As it is. I must write in the dark, and I strongly suspect that my meagre facts will contract strikingly
r and . A Gordonsville I found the pilgrimage field be made with ample company, for there were ragged privates and bedecked officers in abundance ready to start for the same destination.
While we were waiting for the Quartermaster's train.
President Davis, who had been in the direction of the army, reached the depot on his return, and, in his plain blue homespun took a seat, almost unnoticed in the humble shed.
Though he was soon recognized respectfully saluted by some, and regarded wit