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srs. Rutherfoord, Bunter, Baldwin, Colner, Jones, Stegen, Anderson of Rockbridge, Forbes, Gilner, Burks, McKinney, Evans, Haiddick, Kaufman, Pyler, Wilson of Isle of Wight, Fleming, Anderson of Albemarle, Hopkins, Troy, Shannon, West of Halifax, PrGordon, Reid, Noland, Gatewood. Military Affairs Messrs. Anderson, Jones, Huster, Robertson, Military, Pitman, Davis of Vermillion. Executive Expenditures--Messrs. George, Anderson of Albemarle, Damel, Richardson, Payne, Thrash, GillespieMcGruder, Nelson of Fluvanna, Clockett, Worsham, Hopkins, Anderson of Albemarle, Lockridge, Woolfolk, Bradford, Vaden, Vernmibrary--Messrs. Edmunds, Minor, Sheffey, Gordon, Mallory, Anderson of Botetourt, McKinney, Burke, Baker, Cazenove, Crochett,s. Sheffey, Carpenter, Baskervill, Ward, Flood, Treadway, Anderson of Rockbridge, Murdaugh, Saunders of Fairfax, Saunders off Public Works--Messrs. Banks, Gatewood, Steger, Barbour, Anderson, of Rockbridge, Rutherfoord, Spady, Harrison, McCamant, F
rted with them to Kentucky as prisoners of war, the same time taking about a dozen head of All the gentlemen abducted were unoffending citizens, belonging to no littery organization in the Confederate Their only crime was that they were John L. Smith, is clerk and of the chancery court at Huntsville least seventy years of age, and is respected all who know him in the very highest de and the others abducted are equally seemed. The party from whom we derived this information, Mr. William Anderson, was like captured by the marauders, but made escape. He says he could not ascertain precincts number of the enemy, He saw forty of fifty, but they represented number at several hundred. They were in by the somewhat notorious John Smith, who was released by the Confederate Court at Nashville, some time ago, upon in taking the oath of allegiance, and who his deceguitance some says ago in the Confederate Court at this place, upon a charge of counterfeiting, John Baxter, of this