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wrote a short letter to his wife, in which he speaks of his entire ignorance of his destination, supposing, however, that it was probably Staunton. He exhorts her to bear up under the trial, hoping to meet his family soon again on earth — at all events, in a better world. This is about all the information his friends have concerning him till the time of his end. The few facts known concerning his murder we now proceed to relate: The army of General Hunter left Staunton on Friday, June the 10th, proceeding up the Valley towards Lexington by various roads. On Sunday evening, the 12th, General Averill encamped on Hay's creek, about two miles below Brownsburg.--The spot selected was the home of our childhood — the farm owned by our father, and ever since his death by his son-in-law and successor as pastor of New Providence church, the Reverend James Morrison. The tent of General Averill was pitched in his yard. About dark a rather elderly- looking person knocked at the door, ann