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f yesterday, has the following information of the thieving and plundering of Wilson's gang in the counties of Dinwiddie, Nottoway, and Lanenburg: From Mr. Robert Sydnor, an estimable citizen of Dinwiddie, they stole forty gallons of wine and tweeant to his trust, and went off with the raiders, carrying the watch and money with him. From Mr. Freeman Eppes, of Nottoway, they stole twenty-seven likely negroes. From Thomas H. Campbell, Esq., they stole all his negro men but two. Theyby the Hon. Roger A. Pryor, who accompanied General W. H. F. Lee in pursuit of the vandals. From Mr. Lee Hawkes, of Nottoway, they stole and burnt one hundred and fifty bales of cotton. Others in Nottoway suffered great losses, but our informanNottoway suffered great losses, but our informant could not recollect the names. From Mr. Edward Stokes, of Lunenburg, the raiders stole a set of silver service, for which was paid $5,000 before the war. They also took all of Mr. Stokes's negro men, and much gold and silver coin. The res