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Colonel Mosby Indicts Custer
Colonel Mosby Indicts Custer for the hanging. San Francisco, December 19, 1899. Mr. John R. Russell, Berryville, Va.: I was sorry
ugh two pages are devoted to an account of the killing of Meigs and Custer's burning dwelling-houses in Rockingham county in revenge.
They came just in time to surrender.
I don't care a straw whether Custer was solely responsible for the hanging of our men or jointly with o they must have committed suicide.
Contemporary evidence is against Custer.
I wonder if he also denied burning dwelling-houses around Berryvi hen I came out of his room, one of the secretaries told me that General Custer had called the day before, but that General Grant refused to see him. The incident is related in the Life of Custer.
A few weeks afterward Custer was killed in the Sitting Bull massacre.
Our acts our Custer was killed in the Sitting Bull massacre.
Our acts our angels are—for good or ill— Our fatal shadows that walk by us still.
Major Richards further says that there was scarcely a family in all t