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n, and their deeds are destined to fill an important page in the history of this unrighteous and unholy war. Not long since one of their number, a young man named Tucker, of Upshur county, in a hand-to-hand conflict, killed a notorious Yankee, after which he was captured, tried, and condemned to be hung. In a few days his comradehe guards, dispatched them with bowie-knives, broke open the prison, set their comrade free, and before day break were 26 miles distant. This statement I got from Tucker himself, who is now here, and is corroborated by any number of respectable citizens of this place. This is the way to fight the thieves and robbers now polluting our soil. A bullet from an unseen foe is the most dreaded of all. Tucker says he has made about twenty of them bite the dust, and if spared, will yet be amply avenged upon them for the desolation of his home and the death of an aged and beloved father. His father, it seems, had, at the commencement of the war, given some So