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t a soldier named Edward P. Carroll, who is a member of the military police at the Libby prison, went into the house of Rix in a state of intoxication. At the time there were several other soldiers in the house, and a difficulty sprung up between one of them and Carroll. C. drew a knife and attempted to cut the other man; but fortunately the strength and athletic proportions of Rix enabled her to eject him from the premises before he succeeded. At the door he met with a young man named George Taylor, a member of the 18th Va. battalion, now stationed at Battery No. 6. With little ceremony and without the slightest warning, as we are informed, Carroll made a cut at Taylor, resulting in the infliction of a very severe if not fatal wound in the shoulder. The wounded man was carried to one of the hospitals in the city and Carroll made his way back to the Libby, where he was subsequently arrested by Capt. Pleasants, of the night police. On his return to the Libby Carroll brandished his