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midnight. En route this party plundered Major McCartney's house, taking clothing, a gold watch, liquor, horses, &c; but having no transportation they returned without carrying off much that required it You know all about the doings at Salem, their retreat to Jackson's river and final escape via Covington. They continued their depredations with more or less vigor in proportion to their time and opportunities. They departed in haste, lost all their wagons, and appeared finally in Pocahontas county without a single wagon. They burned no railroad bridge on Jackson's river. They turned off from the Sweet Springs road at Mrs. Scott's in their retreat, and moving up Barbour's crock at the foot of Price's mountain crossed over the Rich Patch into Alleghany, striking Jackson's river three miles above the railroad depot. They charged Colonel Jackson's small guard at the turnpike bridge, four miles above the depot, crossed it, and burned it behind them, as you know, and continuing the