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ney successfully into the cellar. Col. W. P. Kendrick, of West Tennessee; Capt. D. J. Jones, r rather to go out last; and from a window Col. Kendrick and his companions could see the fugitivesw moments the exodus was again commenced. Col. Kendrick and his companions looked with some trepidey. At half-past 2 o'clock Captain Jones, Col. Kendrick, and Lieut. Bradford passed out in the order in which they are named, and as Col. Kendrick emerged from the hole he heard the guard within a lf-past 2 in the morning, and all's well." Col. Kendrick says he could hardly resist the temptationwardly through the city. Tribulations of Kendrick and his party. A long narrative here follals and hair-breadth escapes of the "gallant" Kendrick and his party; the valuable assistance renderhe Libby; of the indescribable feelings of Col. Kendrick, when, within ten miles of Williamsburg, ht of prisoners — their fare. Of course Col. Kendrick had to furnish some account of the treatme