m the searched.
The ladies would take their seats, and put out first one foot and then the other to the Yankee woman, who would pull off the shoes and stockings — not a pin would they remove, not a string untie.
The fare of the boat was miserable, served in tin plates and cups; but, as it was served gratis, the Rebs had no right to complain, and they reached Dixie in safety, bringing many a contraband article, notwithstand ing the search.
The hated vessel Harriet Lane, which, like the Pawnee, seemed to be ubiquitous, has been captured near Galveston by General Magruder.
Its commander, Captain Wainwright, and others were killed.
Captain W. was most intimately connected with our relatives in the Valley, having married in Clarke County.
He wrote to them in the beginning of the war, to give them warning of their danger.
He spoke of the power of the North and the impotency of the South.
He thought that we would be subjugated in a few months-little did he anticipate his own fate,