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orrespondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Army of Northern Virginia,Dec. 21st, 1863. It cannot be any longer a matter of concealment, I suppose, that Major General Early has been assigned to the command of the Valley Department of Virginia, with his headquarters at Staunton. In his absence the command of Gen. E.'s division will devolve upon Senior Brigadier Harry H. Hayes, of the Louisiana brigade. Gen. Early is peculiarly fitted for this position, and will doubtless discharge the duties of his new place with credit to himself and acceptability to the country. Lt.-Col. Curley, Chief Quartermaster of this army, is now absent on a sixty days fur Richmond, who has been acting in that capacity for the last ten months. He will be a candidate for the post, and is recommended by Gens. Ewell, A. P. Hill, Rodes, Early, and other leading Generals and officers of the army. The Chaplains of this army held a meeting at Orange C. H on Friday. Most interesting reports were made,
From General Lee's army. [special Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Army of Northern Virginia,Dec. 21st, 1863. It cannot be any longer a matter of concealment, I suppose, that Major General Early has been assigned to the command of the Valley Department of Virginia, with his headquarters at Staunton. In his absence the command of Gen. E.'s division will devolve upon Senior Brigadier Harry H. Hayes, of the Louisiana brigade. Gen. Early is peculiarly fitted for this position, t noon Friday by shooting, for the crime of desertion.--His wife came up and took charge of his body and took it to Richmond for interment. Another sad warning to those who leave their country and standard without permission. The time was when Gen. Lee was disposed to look leniently on this kind of conduct. That time has now passed, however, and I believe that every sentence will be rigidly carried into execution. An amusing incident occurred yesterday at the Provost Marshal's office. Fo
nt to Major Harmon, Chief Quartermaster of Ewell's corps, is now Acting Chief Quartermaster of that corps. Congress, I am told, will, in all probability, at its present session, create the office of Provost Marshal General for this army. If such be its action, I trust I shall be pardoned for speaking favorably of Major Bridgford, of Richmond, who has been acting in that capacity for the last ten months. He will be a candidate for the post, and is recommended by Gens. Ewell, A. P. Hill, Rodes, Early, and other leading Generals and officers of the army. The Chaplains of this army held a meeting at Orange C. H on Friday. Most interesting reports were made, which show a high state of religious feeling throughout the army. To that sainted hero, the immortal Jackson, is due much, if not all, of the present system by which the Chaplains in our army are enabled to do so much good. And, by the way, let me say, that my firm conviction is, that the great success of this army is due
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for this position, and will doubtless discharge the duties of his new place with credit to himself and acceptability to the country. Lt.-Col. Curley, Chief Quartermaster of this army, is now absent on a sixty days furlough. Col. C. is a most excellent and efficient officer, and has been constant, in season and our of season, in the discharge of the duties of his position. In his temporary absence Major Harmon, of Gen. Ewell's corps, is Acting Chief Quartermaster of the army, and Capt. A. M. Garber, of Staunton, assistant to Major Harmon, Chief Quartermaster of Ewell's corps, is now Acting Chief Quartermaster of that corps. Congress, I am told, will, in all probability, at its present session, create the office of Provost Marshal General for this army. If such be its action, I trust I shall be pardoned for speaking favorably of Major Bridgford, of Richmond, who has been acting in that capacity for the last ten months. He will be a candidate for the post, and is recommended
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From General Lee's army. [special Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] Army of Northern Virginia,Dec. 21st, 1863. It cannot be any longer a matter of concealment, I suppose, that Major General Early has been assigned to the command of the Valley Department of Virginia, with his headquarters at Staunton. In his absence the command of Gen. E.'s division will devolve upon Senior Brigadier Harry H. Hayes, of the Louisiana brigade. Gen. Early is peculiarly fitted for this position, and will doubtless discharge the duties of his new place with credit to himself and acceptability to the country. Lt.-Col. Curley, Chief Quartermaster of this army, is now absent on a sixty days furlough. Col. C. is a most excellent and efficient officer, and has been constant, in season and our of season, in the discharge of the duties of his position. In his temporary absence Major Harmon, of Gen. Ewell's corps, is Acting Chief Quartermaster of the army, and Capt. A. M. Garber, of Staun
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