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"There was a Sound or Revelry by Night."

The Bowling Green Courierof the 20th inst., says:

‘ Last Thursday night Lieut. Col. Gillet, of the Federal army, while forgetting the tells of war in the many dance, was suddenly captured by the naughty rebels, and is now comfortably lodged in this town, to meditate on the strange vicissitudes of a soldier's life. The Lieutenant Colonel was at a party in Huron county. We understand the captors belonged to Col. Phiefer's battalion.

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