nd from the time of leaving Richmond, Va., to that when Captain Clark closed the account at Washington, Ga.
Letter from General Wheless.
Nashville, Tenn., Feb. 10th, 1882.
Sir — It gives phence to Newbury, and thence to Abbeyville, where we remained a few days, and then moved to Washington, Ga., where we took the cars for Augusta.
We reached the Georgia railroad at Barnett's station,nsisted of about three brigades of cavalry, and moved that night about 12 o'clock towards Washington, Georgia.
I had for several days been urging Judge Crump to allow me to draw a few thousand dollae treasure from Abbeville, I proposed to Captain Parker that I should try to overtake it at Washington, Ga., and endeavor to get sufficient to give the command enough to enable them to get to their h the cavalry at or near Savannah river bridge, about half-way between Abbeville, S. C., and Washington, Ga. Captain Clark disbursed the balance, as I have learned from him since.
After drawing the