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the road down the Peninsula — how they Deceived the people and the pickets on the road. Major Houstain and Lieut. Von Weitzsin, who escaped a few days since from the Libby prison in Richmond, pubofficers to happen about dusk. Accordingly, at half-past 5 o'clock P. M., on the 24th ult., Major Houstain ordered his companion to follow him on a pretended round, having provided him first with two also expressed his surprise at seeing officers in an enemy's country without arms. To this Major Houstain replied that owing to his traveling to New Kent Court-House on professional business he did ket, on asking "Who goes there?" received in reply, "Two Union officers, escaped from Libby, Major Houstain, of the One Hundred and Thirty-second New York Volunteers, and Lieut. Von Weitzien, of Scotthe relief came up, and the two officers were escorted to the guard-house. Last evening Major Houstain, having received a leave of absence for twenty days, left for Williamsburg, L. L., where his