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gave up the contest. Colonel Mosby was much elated by his good fortune, and required his prisoners to follow him supperless on his rounds to his headquarters at Paris; the private, however, while pretending to get his horse, hid himself in the hay and escaped, Mosby not daring to wait and hunt him up. On the way to Paris, theParis, the Colonel amused himself by constantly taunting his prisoners with questions: Were they with Major Cole when he thrashed him at Upperville? Were they with Major Sullivan, of the First veterans, when his men ran away and left him? How did they fancy his gray nag?--he took that from a Yankee lieutenant. Didn't the Yanks dread him asses allowing them to come in and go out of our lines at will, are not only in sympathy with the enemy, but are themselves perjured rebels. When they arrived at Paris, Colonel Mosby dismounted and stepped Into the house where he had his headquarters, leaving his pistols in the holsters. The Lieutenant, with drawn revolver, watc