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the house of a Secession friend, but shall leave here as soon as I can get a guide through the mountains to Pendleton. I have been through the town and seen the ruins of my property. The place bears a desolate look, and nearly all the houses are deserted. I cannot hear anything from my family. My friends can tell me nothing, and I have to hide from the Union men. "I was hid in the loft of a house last night, and heard some Union men talking below; they said that Floyd had whipped Rosencranz, and that he was severely wounded, and had since died at Clarksburg. I do not know whether it is true or not, but hope that it is. "There are only two companies stationed here, and they are Dutch. They are encamped in the court-yard." There is scarcely any silver here, and you have the greatest difficulty in getting a note changed, except you take a lot of paper currency, issued by Tom, Dick, and Harry. I send you a specimen of some issued by a man in Staunton of the Tim Wa