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an Err or corrected — the Giles Volunteers. Camp Harrison, Sept. 6, 1861. Without wishing to detract any from honor due the "Washington Greys," a company from the gallant and patriotic county of Rappahannock, I must ask that you publish this as a correction of the statement made by a correspondent writing over the signature of "Ithuriel," from this place, and published in your issue of the 5th instant. On the morning of the 30th of August, the "Washington Greys, " First Lieutenant Swindler, commanding, and the "Giles Volunteers," First Lieutenant E. Gibson, commanding, were relieved on picket post by other companies; and although they had been out all night, in an exposed position, were ordered to form at once, and surprise and take, if possible, the enemy's pickets, posted in considerable numbers, in one Bayley's house and barns; also to get the morning papers, which was perhaps the object of the attack. Lieutenant Swindler was ordered to deploy his com