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The Daily Dispatch: August 4, 1862., [Electronic resource], Yankee outrages in Nansemond and Isle of Wight. (search)
rresting every citizen whose loyalty to the Confederate States is known. The following gentlemen have been arrested, some of them manacled and dragged off to the Rip Raps: James Dillard, E. Bev. Hunter, James M. Holland, Wm. Lawrence, Alexander Ashburn, Robert R. Pinner, Addison Ashburn, Capt, Charles Holland, J. Y. Council, M. Norfleet, Joseph Y. Council, Charles Sumner, and David P. Wright. The two latter were placed in irons and marched off under a file of Dutch Yankees from Pennsylvancoln government. Messrs. Ashburn and Pinner were arrested upon the charge of having purchased bacon for the Confederate Government. The Rev. Putnam Owen of the Baptist church, was arrested last Sunday at Windsor, Isle of Wight, and Alex. Ashburn, postmaster at Windson, and Robert R. Pinner, assistant postmaster, were arrested at the same time. In many instances the Lincoln thieves have swept everything from the premises they visited, not leaving the females and children of the f