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Horses, provender, meat — everything was taken from the aged widow. The next theatre of their exploits was at the two Sweet Springs — the Red, now owned by Mr. Kelley, and the Old Sweet, by Mr. Oliver Belrue. The valley just at these springs is one of the riched in the world. There was more forage here than the invaders could consume or carry away. They used and took all they could, as they did of grain. Mr. Kelley was killing hogs as they came up, and they found a scaffold filled with fat hogs already butchered to their hand, and these they helped themselves to at once. They took all of Mr. Kelley's horses and mules, his wagon, a negro boy, and Mr. Kelley's horses and mules, his wagon, a negro boy, and some of his gearing, wantonly cutting up that belonging to his carriage and all that they did not carry off. Gen. Averill, however, put a guard be fore the entrances to the houses and kept the men from intruding into them. Mr. Beirne was treated with singular brutality. His houses were ransacked — his stores pillaged — all