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1862. Westwood, Hanover County, January 20, 1862 I pass over the sad leave-taking of our kind friends in Clarke and Winchester. It was very sad, because we knew not when and under what circumstances we might meet again. We left Winchester,
n, for the first time since he was captured, in March.
Mrs. N's diary begins:
May 18th, 1862.
S. H., Hanover County, Va. C. M. and myself set off yesterday morning for church.
At my brother's gate we met Dr. N., who told us that the first Confederate uniform, who had attended General S. during his late raid as one of his guides through his native county of Hanover.
At one of the water stations he was interesting the passengers by an animated account of their hair-breadth escap ietly, with a humble trust in God, and an unwavering confidence in the justice and righteousness of our cause.
W., Hanover County, October 6th, 1862.
We left the University on the 4th, and finding J. B. N. on the cars, on sick-leave, I determin