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they were endeavoring to reach a sedan to the left of the bridge. To do this they had to pass over an open field. The gun was moved to a point which commanded the field, and a few well-directed shots completed the evacuation. Scarcely a man was cut off, and no stores were lost. E. J. Hale, the veteran editor of the Observer, had just finished working off the usual issue of his paper on Thursday. Having a good supply of paper on hand, he put his press to work on Friday, and supplied the troops with the Observer gratis. A large number of the citizens left, among them Messrs. Hale & Son, McDuffle, McSwain, Haigh, Randall McDaniel, Colonel Cook, S. Johnson, Harden, McMillan, and others. The citizens, up to the night of the evacuation, continued to receive Confederate money. The ladies were as indefatigable as ever in ministering to the wants of the soldiers. They have the proud satisfaction of knowing that the troops will never forget them. They are a noble people.