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the path to Charles City road, on which they travelled twenty miles that day, until they arrived at a plantation known as Mattox's farm. Here they stopped and made arrangements for food and shelter for the night. They had not been here more than fi thereof, the owner became conscious of their presence, and gave them a peremptory order to go into the house. Young Mattox, on having offered his unwilling guests a seat, commenced a conversation on the escape of two Union prisoners from Libby ange of his brace of trusty revolvers, which he constantly carried about his person. This answer did not seem to satisfy Mattox, and he proposed to take them to Bottom's Bridge, where he said there was a rebel camp, consisting of five companies, in he fugitives acquiesced, determining, at the same time, to kill the scoundrel on the way. A consultation was held by Mattox with his wife, who retired from where the officers stood, lasting some minutes. In the meantime the Major and Lieutenant