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their houses are to be burnt. The Confederacy has the following: Young McElreath in his trip visited the vicinity of Rome, Texas Valley, and other places in the enemy's lines. He reports that the enemy everywhere were committing great outrages upon the loyal inhabitants — especially was this the case with Blair's Seventeenth army corps, who were despoiling the farmers of their wheat and stock in every direction, and otherwise plundering and maltreating them. In the vicinity of Kingston, near Murchison's farm, which he visited, the inhabitants were being robbed of everything of value they possessed. Many of them had been hung up to limbs of trees in order to force them to give up what money or other valuables it was supposed they had concealed. Among them was Mr. Murchison himself, and an old negro man, the property of Maj. Woolly, from whom the thieves thus extracted some $600. Maj. Woolly's house, in that vicinity, is now the headquarters for some of the Yankee officer