t ever had, by telling me that my trunk and Jenny Toombs's had been thrown out of the baggage car anthe rattle of artillery and baggage wagons.
Mr. Toombs was very averse to spending the night in Macon on a government wagon, and Gen. Cobb gave Mr. Toombs transportation for it on one of his cars, as I hope the Yankees will catch him. Fred and Mr. Toombs had to give their whole attention to the bagMrs. Walthall, going to Washington to visit Gen. Toombs's family, and Mrs. Paul Hammond, on her wayor themselves.
Gov. Brown was on board, and Mr. Toombs introduced him to me. He looked at me with aer fugitives, and while waiting for Fred and Mr. Toombs to hunt up conveyances, we amused ourselves
After we had waited a long time, Fred and Mr. Toombs came in and reported that it was impossible catch as the Irishman's flea.
Both Fred and Mr. Toombs were off, hunting for conveyances, so we hadI was desperately hungry.
Soon after dinner Mr. Toombs came in to say that Gov. Brown had provided