the tavern — Approaching the keeper of the house he inquired for the Lancaster cavalry. "How did you get here?
The enemy are all around and about," were the quior expressions of "mine host," and they were rather startling; but nothing daunted, our Lancaster county courier quietly left, for the horse out from the company into which he had turned him, mounted, and was soon making tracks forced Fredericksburg.
He arrived in to friends not a wait the worse for his narrow escape.
Mr. George Moncure made a narrow escape from some of the Federals.
He was sending off furniture, &c, from his house.
They took off his two teams, throwing the furniture in the road, but his servant escaped during the evening and came to their master.
We have it on pretty good authority that willing at Stafford C. H. the enemy destroyed and muti the records of the county.
One reports is that they burnt them, but this is not well authenticated.
They also took the silver from several private fa