We clip the following paragraphs from the Atlanta Confederacy, of yesterday:


Yesterday evening’s train from Chattanooga brought to this place to be executed, Andrews, the leader of the Engine thieves, under sentence of death, convicted by court martial of being a spy. He was carried out Peach tree street road, accompanied by three clergymen, and escorted by a guard. A considerable crowd followed to witness the execution.

Published June 11, 1862, in the Southern Banner of Athens, Ga.

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