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e rails used for burning the railroad, her horses and mules stolen, and all her peas and corn destroyed — this, too, while the General and staff were occupying the porch! From Goodall's, twelve miles above, they marked their passage by stealing everything they could lay their hands on. At Goodall's they cut up feather beds, destroyed furniture, and stole all Dr Goodall's clothes, save those on his persons. At Mr James Winston's, Sr, at Dr John M Sheppard's, at Mrs Hopkins's, on the Mountain Roan, at Mr Rowe's; indeed all along in their route, the devils appropriated everything they could lay their thievish hands upon, including all the horses and mules. At this place they did not, providentially, go to the upper portion of the house, except on a search for a Confederate officer whom they supposed they had surprised, but had their labor for their pains. They captured the overseer, Mr Walker Luck; stole two watches from the servants and sundry articles of clothing, and among the latt