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ied to persuade him to go home. He would not do so, but continued on down the street. When in Rocketts, left him, but had only gone across the street when I heard a pistol, and knew the cause of it.the occurrence that Clarke was in company with one of Kershaw's men. The difficulty occurred in Rocketts; but as to the exact place, I cannot tell. I was under the influence of liquor, and think that Corporal A. F. Clements, of the Tenth Georgia, was next sworn and deposed: I was on duty at Rocketts, for the purpose of examining the papers of all soldiers, by order of General Kershaw. --While to shoot him; it was entirely accidental. The affair occurred in the middle of the street, at Rocketts, about half-past 6 o'clock. A. H. Neal, sworn: Was on guard at Rocketts, and with CorporalRocketts, and with Corporal Clements all the time. I entirely corroborate what he has testified to. Told Clements he ought to report the matter to the Provost Marshal; but he thought it best to report to headquarters, and imme