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ne here, and expect to be turned loose the moment their alarm is over.
I expect I got into a row with Halleck to-night.
He sent me a telegram I did not like, and I told him so very plainly.
He is not a refined person at all, and probably says rough things when he don't mean them . . . .
Aug. 30, 8 A. M.
. . . Was awakened last night by a few scattering shots that, no doubt, came from some of those very raw troops that are about here.
Shall start soon after breakfast and ride to Upton's Hill, thence to the Chain bridge and along the line of forts.
I want to see all on this side of the river to-day, if I can. No one in Washington appears to know the condition of matters, and I have a fancy for finding them out for myself.
If I once get matters reasonably straight I shall not trouble myself much more.
What I am doing now is rather a volunteer affair — not exactly my business; but you know that I have a way of attending to most other things than my own affairs. . . .