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e had been pointed out by some of the passengers. The rebel said: "General, I am happy to see you." The General replied: "I cannot say that I am pleased to see you, under the circumstances." About ten minutes afterwards Gilmer came into the car, and addressing himself to Maj. Gen. Franklin, said--"General, you will consider yourself my prisoner." He was then put in a carriage, and with other prisoners, driven through the country, stopping awhile at Towsontown, and then across to the Reisterstown road, where they arrived about 1 o'clock on Tuesday morning, and immediately bivouacked for the night. The General was put in custody of Capt Owens and two guards, who were charged with his safe keeping. Expressing himself as sick and weary, he immediately laid down and feigned sleep. --Soon after the captain and his guards laid down, and he listened anxiously for indications of sleep on their part. He had not to wait long before he heard the guard nearest to him commence to breathe