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the post at Huntersville, that a small party of Yankees, led by a or named Jacob Gibson, had come to the widow Gibson's house on the Old Field fork of Elk river, and where they were prepared to have spree for a day or two. The Caption sent immediately to a companies from the Northwest for a detachment to go out and, if possible ing The Yankee As soon as our boys heard the under Sergeant Wilson, volunteered from company F. Thirty-first Virginia Regiment, and eleven from company C. Hansborough battalion, under command, of Lieutenant J. McCloughlin, took command of the party from the former camp, tendered their services for the expedition. Having prepared their rations, and being with the prospects of continuing the fiendish invaders; the through a pathless and forest for the scene of action, about twenty miles distant from Huntersville. Late in the evening our boys found that they cou each lace in time to surprise the enemy that night, so they resolved to fall in upon