"New Kielcity" is New Kent County (abreviated in some fashion); "R L Blues" and "Co. 446th" means Richmond Light Infantry Blues, which was an old Richmond, VA, militia company that became Company A of the 46th Virginia Infantry, CSA, so the first 4 in "446" is actually the letter A. "Vs" is actually Va. Could "Red" be Inf (infantry)? Wise Brigade means Henry Wise's Brigade, to which the 46th Virginia was attached during the entire war. "863" is likely the year 1863, with the 1 obscured. Part of Wise's Brigade did provost duty in and around the city of Richmond that year. It hasn't been able to locate "Camp Waronni" (or Woronni) was, exactly, except it was obviously in New Kent County, Virginia.
Confederate Mess, image of Confederate mess scene with 6 soldiers, and a tree in the background. Key inscription at bottom left: 1. T. B. Hewit/2. S. A. White/3. H. C. Southall; Key inscription at bottom right: 4. J. T. Hall/5. J. H. Dodson/6. C. Wilkerson; Inscription on center bottom: Confederate Mess/Camp Warroni: New Keilcity R.L. Blues Co. 446th Vs. Red/Wise Brigade 863. Men numbered consecutively from left to right dialogue in balloons: 1. This ham looks very nice on the outside but it smells strong enough to knock a fellow down; 2. Boys here's the water and I don't intend to do any more work today; 3. These biscuits aren't as nice as I wanted them, but I bet you cannot find any in camp as fine as these; 4. Well I bedag'd if I didn't make a mistake and put the paper of smoking tobacco in the kettle in place of the paper of coffee; 5. This is the same spot that the old R.L.II. Blues camped in the war of 1812; 6. I shall run the blockade tonight if I have it go to the guard hous