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w minutes after 12 o'clock, the Sergeant announced that the time for starting had arrived, and very soon after, the prisoner was escorted from his cell by Deputies Bray and Hall. On arriving at the gate, and seeing that all was ready, Totty's countenance immediately assumed a smile, and stepping quickly into the wagon which awaited him, and which contained his coffin, he took his seat with his back to the horses. He was promptly joined by Rev. Mr. Boggs. Deputy Sergeant Bray, Jailor Hall and assistant Brooks. Moving of the Provision. Fearing that some disturbance might take place, Sergeant Dudley applied to Governor Letcher for a military escord with spectators, anxious to witness the launching of a human soul from time into eternity. When the wagon halted within thirty feet of the "fatal drop," and Sergeant Bray announced his readiness to proceed with his duty, the prisoner, looking pleasantly around him, jumped out of the vehicle, and, a passway having been cleared by