ginal Secessionist, and did not leave a thing of any value whatever on the place.--The farms of Miss Sally Grymes, Mr. Skinker, Mrs. Willis, Captain Beale, Capt. Strother Green, Mr. John Spottswood, Major J. H. lacy, and others, were desolated to that extent that not a meal's victuals was left on any of them.
They broke up the furniture of the houses and took off all the clothing and bed linen from every house.
The feather beds were emptied out in the yard, and the venerable Capt. Green and his children were reduced to sleeping between two mattresses Mr. John Spottswood and Capt. Beale were taken off by the Yankees, leaving their helpless families without in robbing the negro houses as clean a their masters', not a vestige of clothing was left anywhere.
Their courage was shown in knocking down the lame and aged Capt. Green, who told them they were such brave men that if he had a thousand such he could storm Gibraltar.
Let our cavalry remember the gallant Kilpatrick and his men, a