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night at ten o'clock, at the Coalfield Station, thirteen miles from Richmond. Here they remained at night, destroying the depot, wood shed, water tank, and five box cars loaded with On Friday morning at daylight they took their departure from Coalfield, back to the road again within a mile of Tomahawk Station, and reached Powhatan about eight o'clock. Here they burnt the depot, freight house, water tank, and twelve cars loaded with forage. They also tore up the track for a distance of three ir short stay on the Danville road. At Powhatan they took all of Mr. Gates's provisions except a small quantity saved by a negro, broke his buggy, cut his harness, and destroyed everything in his store. Others were treated in like manner. At Coalfield they stole from a lady eight hundred dollars belonging to the telegraph operator. They arrested some citizens, but let them go after detaining them a short time. A telegram from Mr. James L. Morrow, Superintendent of the telegraph line, c