and was once more safe, having reached the main body of their own Army.
After this, little was left for us to do save manoeuvering, so as to keep their Cavalry in check, in this we did the Country some service.
Night came on, the enemy fled leaving us the field covered with dead. So ends the chapter.
Please accept for your welfare the kindest wishes of your friend,
|Maj. W. R. Scurry |