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The last murder by Hunter. The murder of David S. Creigh, of Greenbrier county, Virginia, by the order of Major-General Hunter, United States Army, has been noticed.--The Central Presbyterian gives us the particulars of this cold-blooded deed. Mr. Creigh was a very prominent citizen of Greenbrier county, and an elder in the Presbyterian church. While Crook's command was near Lewisburg last year, Mr. Creigh, upon returning home one day from the field, found a Federal soldier there insua chaplain of the Federal army. He requested to see Mr. Morrison, stating that they had with the army a citizen of Greenbrier county, whose name was Creigh; that he was under sentence of death, and was about to be executed. (His doom had just been When Hunter's army in their flight from avenging justice were passing like vast packs of famished wolves through Greenbrier county, this chaplain called upon Dr. McElhenny, the interview; as we understand, having reference to the tragical fate of