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oud tone. The horse "halted" as suddenly as if stopped by a cannon ball, and instantly wheeled to the left to unlimber. Over went the wagon, and over went its load, measuring their length in the dirtiest kind of mud. No injury was sustained beyond a few broken shins and skinned neses, and the unfortunates picked themselves out of the mud, to the great amusement of the commanding officer behind the tree. The wagon went home in pieces. One more horse story and I am done. Last year, Clark Mills, the sculptor, purchased a fine mare for a model. She was a beautiful little creature and had a form Praxiteles might have copied. After finishing the status upon which he was engaged, the sculptor presented the horse to Capt. Mason, of Mason's Hill. When the Yankees came up the first time the mare was stolen from the stable. A short time since Capt. Mason saw her in the possession of a brigade quartermaster and immediately identified her as his property. It seems a Yankee officer ro