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th. Capture of Major Harry Gilmour. Major Harry Gilmour was captured in Hardy county, Virginia, last week, by Major Young, of Sheridan's command, who, with twenty-five picked men, repaired to a farm-house where Gilmour staid all night. An floor, the door was gently opened, when Major Gilmour and his cousin, a rebel officer, were found lying in bed awake. Major Young in an instant was at the bedside, seized Gilmour's pistols, which were on a chair, and then asked Gilmour who he was. He replied, "Major Gilmour," and then added to his confronter, "Who the devil are you?" The Major replied, "Major Young, of General Sheridan's scouts." The prisoners were ordered to dress, and in a few minutes were attired in full suits of gre was always attended by a favorite bloodhound, who gave timely notice of the approach of strangers. On the trip, Major Young encountered the rebel Captain Stump, of the Eighteenth Virginia regiment, of Imboden's command. He made a desperate r