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isholm and myself alighted and partook of some refreshments, kindly furnished to us by Colonel Withers, who took such an onerous and honorable part in the affray of the 21st. The sun was scorchingl my pipe, and listened to sundry interesting reminiscences of the recent fight. Subsequently Col. Withers accompanied me to his marquese, where I was introduced to a wounded Federal officer, Col. Wooerner, but was forced into the thing! Kill me, if you like!" After taking farewell of Colonel Withers and his officers, we set out on further explorations. As we proceeded to Centreville, I fo now it cannot be read by these for whose special benefit it was designed, I trust my friend, Col. Withers, will excuse me for thus giving such prominence and publicity to his name: "John WithersJohn Withers, 17th Virginia Volunteers, takes it upon himself to say that the writing upon the wall is a sure indication of the qualities of the Vandal hordes of Abolitionists that true Southern men are fighting