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Stewart, commanding First Virginia Cavalry:--My Dear Sir --The bearer, Lieut. Jones, of the 37th New York Volunteers, will hand you this. My object in sending H. McCunn, commanding brigade United States forces. General M'Cunn to Captain Jones. Brigade H'quarters, Near Alex. Va., August 13th, 1861. To Capt. Jones. Capt. Jones. 1st Virginia Cavalry: Dear Sir: --I am perhaps overstepping military custom and usages thus communicating with you. The holy mission in which I am engaged is m --I have the honor to report that I delivered your letter, as required, to Captain Jones; that Captain Jones blindfolded me and took me to Fairfax Court-House, wherCaptain Jones blindfolded me and took me to Fairfax Court-House, where I saw Colonel Stewart, of the First Virginia Cavalry. Colonel Stewart informed me that the likenesses and other things found on Colonel Cameron's body were in the r any favor to the Secretary of War or any other member of the Government. Captain Jones further says that he has marked the spot where the remains of the lamented