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are heavy. They captured Capt Geo Hopkins, who was on a Court-Martial, and in fetal violation of every honorable or decent instinct, took prisoner the Rev. Meriwether Winston, a pious and highly esteemed minister of the Baptist Church, after stealing his small supply of family stores. In the meantime, about 6 o'clock P. M., their revels were broken in upon by Gordon's brigade, which appeared in sight, and opened the ball in beautiful style. The Yankees had one Parrott piece at Blackburn's, on the Mountain road, adjoining Mrs Hopkins's; Mrs Allen's house occupying an intermediate position between the two fires. The wretches, regardless of the life of the ladies at Glen Allen, shelled the place; the missiles bursting all around the dwelling, but happily "nobody was hurt." They also occupied Hopkins's and Rowe's houses, firing from the windows. One minute ball from the Yankees passed through the window of Dr McCabe's chamber, and buried itself in the wall of the closet, sm