d Garfield, with the staffs of the two former, appeared on the field where I was drilling the brigade.
General Roseclrans greeted me very cordially.
I am satisfied that those who allow themselves to be damned once without remonstrance are very likely to be damned always.
I aim becoming quite an early riser; have seen the sun rise every morning for two weeks. Saw the moon over my right shoulder.
lucky month ahead.
Am devoting a little more time than usual to my military looks.
Colonel Moody, Seventy-fourth Ohio, has resigned.
This afternoon I received orders to be in readiness to move at a moment's notice.
The days now give us a specimen of the four seasons.
At sunrise it is pretty fair winter for this latitude.
An hour after, good spring; at noon, midsummer; at sunset, fall.
Flies are too numerous to mention even by the million.
They come on drill at 8 A. M., and continue their evolutions until sundown.
Wilson, Orr, and DuBarry are indis