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r, Crook, Averell and Sullivan, put up with Major Hutter, about four miles from town, whose beautifu), the former attached to Crook's staff. Major Hutter, being an old army officer, was well acquaihat we had better make no resistance. When Major Hutter informed him that it would be no easy task,h after supper, very moody, and remarked to Miss Hutter that the battle of Lynchburg would be one o placed their signal officers on the top of Major Hutter's house, and as the battle progressed on Sa melancholy supper referred to, Hunter told Major Hutter that they wanted to hold a council. They t the doors of which they locked carefully. Major Hutter, having retired to a back chamber of his hoand thus took up the line of retreat before Major Hutter was aware of their intentions. Some of te Yankee soldiers repaid the hospitality of Major Hutter by plundering Miss flutter's chamber, searcome ninety odd wounded Yankees were left in Major Hutter's barn. Four or five of them died on Sunda[2 more...]