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s of the army will be stimulated by their brave deeds, and men will be proud to say that at Dranesville they served under McCall and Ord. I am, General, very respectfully, your obedient servant, Simon Cameron, Secretary of War. Philadelphia press account. Langley's, Va., Dec. 21, 1861. The Pennsylvania reserve division, under the command of General McCall, occupies an extensive and rather pretty piece of country beyond Langley's church and tavern, the encampments stretching towarrespondence staff, on newspaper duty here at Langley's at the time. My own knowledge of the country was obtained when Gen. McCall was at Dranesville, in October, from a journey up the Potomac, in company with an officer attached to the Fourth Reserand chopped the gun-carriages to splinters, started in pursuit of the retreating foe. This was about three o'clock. Gen. McCall, with his staff, had arrived on the ground only to learn of our victory. Knowing that an advance would be fatal, he o