art after Stoneman.
I am reported killed.
headquarters near Orange Court-house.
Stonewall Jackson's death.
Reorganisation of the army.
heed the plans of our General; and as we were then not far from Orange Court-house, where our trains had been ordered to assemble, and we were side, and a few hours later the command continued its march towards Orange.
On reaching my destination, I found the animal far exceeded all my and the night beneath Mr T.‘s hospitable roof, I rode off towards Orange just as the first cheerful beams of the morning sun were darting th the beautiful little valley in which the pleasant village of Orange Court-house is situated, and we overlooked the town, as well as a great pering from the fatigues and privations of the late rough campaign.
Orange enjoys an enviable renown for the beauty of its women; and in the fdually to shift the position of his troops towards Gordonsville and Orange.
The cavalry had to give place to the infantry, and on the 20th we