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on Abolitionists and the North. He was one of the first who volunteered, and was in regular service at Fort Moultrie, when, at the same time, he was writing for Greeley. A trap was set for him and he was caught, and shipped on Sunday. The truth is, he never would have escaped with his life, if it had not been known, by the besthe best proof, that the fellow humbugged Greeley, and the rest of the Abolition horde, with the greatest pack of lies ever started — lies which made the fellow some money, and did us no harm. But the lies sold Greeley's paper, and that is all he cared about. But it would be well to look out for spies now everywhere. Virginias. he best proof, that the fellow humbugged Greeley, and the rest of the Abolition horde, with the greatest pack of lies ever started — lies which made the fellow some money, and did us no harm. But the lies sold Greeley's paper, and that is all he cared about. But it would be well to look out for spies now everywhere. Virginia