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s house alone, which opportunity to escape he took advantage of, and slipping out of a side door he mounted his horse, which was ready saddled in the yard, and succeeded in riding off almost out of sight before his captors were aware of the movement. One or two shots were fired at him but failed to to take effect. Somewhat emboldened by the success of his morning's exploit, he ventured to return to the same vicinity in a few hours afterwards, when, the fact becoming known, officers Jenkins, Seal, Perrin, and Davis, undertook to hunt him up. Suspecting a house occupied by John Peroe, back of the Poor House, as a place of refuge for violators of the law, they waited until dark, and then proceeded to reconnoitre the promises, with what success the sequel will show. A few minutes after eight o'clock--the three last named officers standing outside, ready for emergencies which might require their assistance — Jenkins unannounced entered Peroe's house, and before Montelle was aware of his