ll do so, before they reach Danville.
Capture and escape of the Rev Dr. Theodrick Pryor.
Our citizens were greatly surprised to learn yesterday morning that Wilson's raiders had captured Rev. Dr. Pryor on Wednesday, but were much relieved upon hearing subsequently that the Doctor had succeeded in effecting his escape andperative, and that he would be compelled to produce him at Headquarters.
Dr. Pryor describes Gen Wilson as a fine looking man, about thirty years of age, of pleand papers, and a so his saddle-bags and haversack, with their contents.
Dr. Pryor informs us that Wilson is in supreme command, and he is accompanied by Col Spe men informed him that Kautz was not along.
They claim to number 4,000, but Dr. Pryor did not see more than half this number, which he was informed was only one coin the least.
The party are reported to have twelve pieces of artillery, but Dr. Pryor did not see a gun. They have a train of forty wagons, in which they carry all