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ce and retreat on this expedition they left Mr. Dixon, the proprietor, little save his land and houses. Proceeding rapidly up Dunlop's creek, they entered the Sweet Springs road at Crow's, that other famous stage stand of other days, where the traveller was so eager to pause, ever sure of a most palatable and refreshing repast, ofd reach the mercies of the Yankees. Horses, provender, meat — everything was taken from the aged widow. The next theatre of their exploits was at the two Sweet Springs — the Red, now owned by Mr. Kelley, and the Old Sweet, by Mr. Oliver Belrue. The valley just at these springs is one of the riched in the world. There was mol 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 Jacks