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day, by way of Sulphur Springs, crossing the branch of the Rappahannock at that place, marching during that day across Hazel River and thence southwest to Stonehouse Mountain, at the north base of which we encamped. This lies northwest of Culpepper farm of John Minor Botts, and made a camp north of Brandy Station, perhaps three quarters of a mile from the mill on Hazel River. Recollections of this camp will be vivid, because it was the point of departure for the Mine Run expedition, the winnd lecture hall, and of which more anon. How thick the crows were in this section! As we used to ride every day to Hazel River, the fellows would throw out vedettes in a scanty line next us as we approached, behind which would be a somewhat morew! as he arose from the ground; this would be echoed in the other lines, and away flew the whole army. Speaking of Hazel River, some of the boys had the opportunity of noting the temperature of its waters during the season; some of the horses, h