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y) on the main track, preparatory to burning. When this was complete, the fire was applied, and in the course of an hour all except the engine was rendered permanently useless. That night, having picketed securely, we remained in Gallatin. The next morning we destroyed the water tank, and taking the engine, the Colonel and myself proceeded some miles up the road, with a view of discovering any approach of the enemy, or the mail train. In the meantime a 1st Lieutenant and four privates of Grider's regiment, (Federal,) on their way to Nashville, were taken prisoners by our pickets. The mail train being some hours behind time, and learning that our presents might have become known, we concluded to with draw and return to Murfreesboro'. Shortly after leaving Gallatin we learned that a party of twenty of the enemy, in charge of three prisoners, were approaching Gallatin by the Scottsville road. It was determined to out them off. Pushing the prisoners, with a guard, across the Cum