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e, with a peculiar sense of relief that I started down, feeling that the coast was clear to this place, and perhaps are very long to Baltimore itself. At Mount Crawford we find the first sign of the enemy in the two burnt bridges over the river. Our first thought was, what a pity to destroy such substantial bridges, when theidges burnt on the road, that, besides their destruction being a military necessity, it saved, by the detention of the enemy, more than would rebuild them. At Mt. Crawford we talked with an influential gentleman, who, while he had no power to keep the Yankees from taking his corn talked very plainly to them. He said, "gentlemen,asked for, either as free gift or for their abominable scrip — worth not one mill — they would go and steal anything they, could lay their hands on. From Mount Crawford to New Market there are no special signs of an enemy, save that grain and all provisions are gone, and here and there a force is burnt. But after passing the