eted arms were.
About 125 Enfield rifles arrived at the York River depot yesterday, which ware discovered at the White House by their information.
The same parties offered to guide our men to where 1,500 pistols had been hidden.
The county of New Kent is literally laid waste.
Its citizens have lost everything.
One of them, Mr. O. H. Taylor, a scout in our army, lost $450 worth of provender by one squad of three Yankees, who loaded their wagons and went off. The citizens of that county and the country through which the enemy passed, except on the river banks, are really suffering for food and anxiously expect our Government to take some steps for their relief.
Mr. Beverley Anderson, has offered to sell his corn which he saved, at $4 a barrel to those in need and it is hoped that those as fortunate as he may be as liberal.
Many of the Yankee troops visiting the farm houses on the retreat, expressed the wish that the d — d war was over and they were at home."