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he shelter needed, as it keeps out rain, snow, and wind perfectly, being penetrable only by the cold.
We marched at last, and on the 12th of September entered Frederick, wondering all the way what the enemy meant.
We of the ranks little suspected what sheaves he was gathering in at Harper's Ferry, behind the curtain of his main as usual, and toward evening began to get our answer.
He was right ahead, his rear-guard skirmishing with our advance.
We came up at the close of the fight at Frederick, and, forming line of battle, went at double-quick through cornfields, potato patches, gardens, and backyards — the German washer-women of the 103d New York regi a camp-fire.
The next day our regiment went on a reconnoissance to a speck of a village, rather overweighted by its name,--Jefferson,--about eight miles from Frederick and on our left.
Far up the mountainside ahead of us we could see, in the fields confronting the edge of the woods that crowned the ridge, the scattered line of