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e dashes on at the topmost speed of his horses, and our protecting arms are about to enfold him, and just as we are holding our breath in suspense at his fearful fate as the guerrillas rapidly close in on him, firing their revolvers, behold a new force of the enemy suddenly starts forth from a piece of woods which touch the road just ahead of us, and seizing his horses by the bits, turn them rapidly into the woods, and in less than a minute have them scouring across the field toward the Shenandoah river, with the general and his aide-de-camp as prisoners. It was right gallantly done, and though we pursue at once with vigor, and open two long-range cannon on their retreat, having no cavalry at hand, it is in vain, and the general is gone, and probably, by this time, is well on his way to his winter quarters at the Libby. The Yankee National debt. The official statement of the public debt for the month of October shows the amount outstanding to be $2,017,099,515, or an incre