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Dow took possession of his place, and his wife and children were compelled to remove fifty miles and seek protection on her negro plantation. In the meantime, Gen Neil Dow store her piano and parlor furniture and sent them to his wife. When the articles were demanded and the matter was investigated, Gen. Dow confessed to the theft, but the articles were never returned nor paid for. These are facts. From the following paragraph in the Atlanta (Ga.) Constitutional at we should judge that Neil is "playing" for an exchange: Brig. Gen. Neil Dow, of the Maine Law firm, recently captured in Mississippi, passed through this city last night on his way to Richmond. He expressed himself to one of our citizens who traveled with him on the cars as having entered the army to deliver the Union people of the South from the despotism of Secession; but he was satisfied that there are few Union people in the South and goes home (when he does go) utterly opposed to a war of coercion. He said