Accidents of the War.
of Monday evening, says in reference the telegraphic news of the great battle Richmond
Terrible as is the public suspense, there is that deeper and more agonizing, and the that pasted over the wires yesterday a gloom over the spirits of the opens themselves, used as they are to such . Aften 9 o'clock we went to the telegraphic office to inquire, and found there a val friend, whose stainer betrayed deep agi. A telegram in his hand, which shook emotion, informed him that his daughter a widow, her husband having fallen the battle at the head of his company-- like the following which is gene with the names omitted, finished over the Madame
— Your two sons have to-day martyrs to the cause of their country" such is war; such it always has been and they will be. May He who tempers the to the lamb send help and comfort ones, for He only can.