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to come as soon as possible and assist them. She arrived shortly after, and brought some buttermilk and two biscuits. They walked all night, and at eleven o'clock next day arrived at Jones's Ford, which they crossed, and once more struck the Charles City road. They encountered a Rebel picket, while scaling a fence, who on seeing them, came to a "present," but did not molest them. The picket rode off, and in an hour and a half they fell in with a colored woman, who directed them properly towaagain took shelter until nightfall. Crossing Diascon creek, they lost their way several times, and met a rebel soldier, named Wade, to whom they pretended to be rebel officers, just escaped from Fort Delaware, and wanted to be directed to Charles City. Particularly pointing out the road desired. Wade warned them not to go in an opposite direction, which, he said, would bring them to the Union lines. Proceeding in the direction indicated until the rebel soldier was out of eight, they retr