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g through the county, crossing at Dunkirk. For five days they were within two miles of us, near enough to see the camp fires and hear the drums and music; but only four visited us, took two mules and left. Our neighbors did not fare so well. Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Fauntleroy, Dr. Fauntleroy, Dr. Fleet and others were robbed of everything with the exception of a few negroes. Mr. Wm. Boulware's elegant residence they burned to the ground. From Mr. John Fauntleroy in King William they took all his nclothing, and broke up everything in the house. They had a negro regiment encamped in old Mrs. Fauntleroy's yard. Mrs. Sterling had to cook for some of the Yankees for two days, and they were very insulting. They took forty-five negroes from Mrs. Smith, and twenty-five from Tom Fauntleroy.*** Grant's army moved on to the Chickahominy, and we were left in fancied security for nearly two weeks; but last Thursday we heard that Sheridan was at Newtown, making his way to the White House; and on Fr