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gement; ten of their wounded had died in Rumsey up to Sunday evening when he left there. Federal Villainy — a young lady killed is Cold blood. We make no comment upon such an act is the following, for language tails to supply the words in which it ought to be denounced. If there is not a special corner in the lower regions reserved for such villains, then there is no such thing as just retribution, either is this world or the next. We copy from the the New Orleans Crescent, of the 9th inst.; We have heard, from an authentic source, of an act recently committed by the Hessians in Missouri, which stands without a parallel in the annals of civilized warfare. Two young ladies of that State, returning from a visit to a neighbor, found that, during their absence, some Federal troops had encamped on the plantation and near the dwelling house. They had to pass these troops to get to the house. They were called upon to hall, but being frightened by the appearance of the men
The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], Testaments and Religious Tracts for our soldiers. (search)
From Havana. New Orleans, Jan. 16. P. M. --The sloop Wm. Henry has arrived from Havana, with dates to the 9th inst. She reports that the French fleet left Havana on the 2d inst. for Vera Cruz. It comprised a line of battle ship; three first class frigates, and three propellers. The Spanish fleet left about the 20th of December. It was reported at Havana, that Vara Cruz was abandoned by the Mexicans on the arrival of the Spanish fleet. The combined land force is under the command of Gen. Blue. The British fleet has been withdrawn. The steamer Calhoun arrived at Havana on the 6th inst. She makes 101 Confederate vessels which had arrived at Havana since the blockade. Business was extremely dull on the island.