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the enemy, not before brought to light. Averill's November raid was amongst the most unscrupurriage and all that they did not carry off. Gen. Averill, however, put a guard be fore the entrancesupplies of corn and bacon last fall and these Averill completely swept off — leaving her not a poun this fair. I cannot follow the route of Averill all the way. I only cite instances as Illustr and supplies were gone. Many were frosted. Averill himself was reduced to the necessity of cloth. The whole country rings with the curses of Averill. My account comes from eye witnesses. To thGen. F. Lee, misted by a false dispatch. But Averill is a man of undoubted energy; and though he cut their comic and grotesque interludes. And Averill's devastating march had its farce. On the veh the highest favor, and on the very night of Averill's advent their mound loves culminated in a wed the comedy of the terrible mountain raid of Averill — a warning to wedding parties on the border [1 more...]<