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eous conduct of the Yankees in Jefferson county, after their forces had been captured at Charlestown by the command of Gen. Imboden, on the 18th of October. We have before us a letter from Charlestown, dated October 24th, in which the writer says: ard anything worse, I can vouch for it; if anything better, it is false. I will not try to tell you anything prior to Gen. Imboden's brilliant raid, as I had just written a long letter to — to be forwarded to you, containing a strict and fall accouned up to that time. I will now try and give you a feint idea of occurrences since." In referring to the raid of Gen. Imboden, and the subsequent operations of the Yankees, the writer says: "You cannot conceive of the daring bravery and b Sometimes we would run against each other in the darkness, and it was amusing to hear whispered, 'Well, we saw — and Gen. Imboden, any how! ' and the invariable answer would be. 'But the devil's to play to-night.' One member of the family — not I