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Mr. Taylor, when Calisher withdrew, leaving. Taylor and McMahon together Repairing to a private roh would facilitate him in getting a passport. Taylor threw down several letters, &c., which McMahonr, said would answer his purpose. He informed Taylor that if he get the passport he should expect o obtained one hundred dollars more, stating to Taylor that he had already spent the first five hundr an hour still more intoxicated, and desired Mr. Taylor to go with him to see a Dr. Pollard. Tayloror's office, but before parting for the night, Taylor told McMahon that he was going to Petersburg, ng his business, McMahon expressed regret that Taylor had left the city; that he had employed him (M and that the two men with him were to go with Taylor through General Lee's lines; and concluded by asking Mr. Ragland to advance him $500 on Taylor's account. Mr. Ragland, upon an examination of cern the gentleman who had employed him was named Taylor? McMahon replied that it would make no differ[7 more...]