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--The Greenville Benner Pinny incident of the war which lately in one of the border country Tennessee, as follows:

Company of some thirty or forty Union were trying to make their escape to Ken to join the Northern army; they came met which they were compelled to we do wishing to get their clothes wet, shelled Their shirts, and while in this con they were surprised by a company of country boys, who were in hot pursuit Being somewhat frightened, they double quick, making a ‘"serait shirt "’ hill and down hill, leaving their light the possession of our boys, who, was, look possession and appropriated What became of the tories, we are to say; but rather suppose they are in condition for the cold weather.

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