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ing during the morning, and we continued in the woods. This was our third day out, during which time it had rained continually, and we had subsisted on parched corn. "On Tuesday morning we determined to take the road and push on. Going to Mr. Credel's place we found his fine house in ashes and his gin-house burned, and every horse and mule gone. In his lot were about one hundred horses lying dead. They looked like good stock, and were evidently killed to deprive planters of them. A number of Mr. Credel's negroes were gone. Proceed we found every plantation on the devastated, except that no other dwelling houses were burned until we reached the fine farm of Hon. Joshua Hill. This is a perfect wreck. A large gin-house full of cotton corn-cribs, dwelling — all a smouldering ruin. His loss was greater than that of any-planter in this section. Besides the cotton, several thousand bushels of corn, potatoes, several hundred of wheat, and much other valuable property, with every