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anybody, but the Yankees vow they will hang the whole batch if they can find them.
Fortunately he has made his escape, and they don't know the names of the others.
Corrie Calhoun says that where she lives, about thirty miles from here, over in Carolina, the men have a recipe for putting troublesome negroes out of the way that the Yankees can't get the key to. No two go out together, no one lets another know what he is going to do, and so, when mischievous negroes are found dead in the woods, net off, in spite of the hot weather.
Between dances, I enjoyed a long tete-a-tete with my old Montgomery friend, Dr. Calhoun, who looks so much like Henry.
He is a Cousin of Corrie and Gene, who are visiting the Robertsons.
He came over from Carolina yesterday, and called to see me as soon as he got here, but I was out. It was really a pleasure to see him again.
Gen. Wild has left off his murder cases for the present, and turned his attention to more lucrative business — that everlasting