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serious conclusion he must fall back on Camp Lookout or Gauley,--Therefore the First Brigade, Gen. Benhafats, which consisted only of the Tenn Regiment, Maj. Burke commanding were back; the twelfth being at Camp Lookout, and the Thirteenth at Gauley. The boys of the Tenth were terribly mortified when ordered back; I never in my life saw men more eager or anxious for a fight than they were. This fight will not be easily forgotten by them, indeed, it was one of the most foolish movement Gen. did over since his advent into Western Virginia, and, if I mistake not, it was all caused by the inactivity and blundering of Gen. Cox and a few others of the same like. They represented things in a manner that led General Rosencranz to believe that a victory would be easily achieved.--When our army came within ten miles of Camp Sewell, the roads were almost impassable, so much so that some of the wagons and ambulances were broken to atoms: To a cosmopolitan journalist, the menacing attitud