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e also abolished the practice of shooting the poor animal, but out their throats. All are found with ghastly gashes, severing the jugular vein, and producing in every case a speedy death. From Prince George. A couple of ladies, (Mrs Armstrong and daughter,) who resided on the farm of Mrs Anna Dumsden, near the Plankroad, some seven miles from Petersburg, reached here Saturday. These ladies tell their desolated home on Friday morning, and were compelled to make a circuit of twenty everything, and must unless aid can be secured from some quarter. The invaders have established a cattle pen in that section, and squads go out daily in every direction, bringing with them cows, oxen, and calves. A good Samaritan. Mrs Armstrong and daughter acknowledge their indebtedness to a member of the Yankee cavalry who, upon visiting their house, and seeing their totally destitute condition kindly brought them a middling of bacon and some bread. He also guided them around the