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that night. Early Sunday morning they came in to Beaver Here they found nothing them and they at once work to water and cord In the were about 170 bbls. of a few bushels of of a some few other all of which in several places, a half dozen telegraph pulse was arrested for refusing but succeeded in making They also obstructed the railroad track, to throw the train off; but luckily failed The up train was signaled and in Richmond by a servant named property of Dr. of Hanover.--was limited to some 30 of which time the Whistle of the and someone having told that they would probably be some four or aboard, they hurriedly on their route in and from or eight prisoners of war Whilst returning they of the Hanover at home or . These wounding one of the Their love of by their taking off some six or the consent of their own They had along with quantity of counterfeit Confederate money city of Richmond and other notes They gave a man $15 counterfe
hey came to Col. Lunday, living some nine miles this side of Memphis, on the Horn Lake road, was served in a similar manner. In addition to destroying his stock, robbing his house, and stealing his negroes, they tore a fine breastom from the bosom of his wife, stripped his daughter of her ear and finger rings, and even tore a dress from her person. M' Clellen before the Sattles. A letter from Richmond to the Grenada (Miss.) Appeal, speaking of McClellan, says: Dr. Curtis, of Hanover, whose house was for some time occupied by McClellan as his headquarters, has come into the city since the retreat of the grand army. He speaks of the Young Napoleon as an intelligent and agreeable gentleman, but as the most dejected and unhappy man he has ever seen. The cares and difficulties of the more than herculean labor he assumed of reducing Richmond, had made him appear prematurely old. Frequently, said the did he reprove the levity of the officers of with regard to the terribl