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eached the picket post where Craddock and Rees were, and at which we halted. By the defence:--I was to pay $3,000--$1,000 to Kirby, (which I paid,) $1,000 to Dr. Maclure while on the route, and $1,000 more to a ferryman between this city and Essex. Maclure never asked for the thousand which I was to pay him. The coffin was taken along for a blind. I do not know what was in the coffin; knocked on it, and it appeared to be empty. Capts. Hudson and Irwing, of Gen. Elzey's Staff, were th Maclure used on his trip. They acknowledged having given him passports on two occasions for these men, (Huntley, Redford, and Phillips.) Maclure represented that they were to assist him in disinterring dead bodies. The passports were to go to Essex. No passes are granted from Gen. Elzey's office, except those to cross the lines. It have been has only been a short time since passports have been issued from Gen. E's office at all. On account of the absence from the city of important wi