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t raid up the Peninsula was undertaken by the Yankees with a view of revenging Dahlgren's death by rapine and murder. It was made by Kilpatrick and devised by Butlerof King and Queen county have been most severely punished for the murder of Col. Dahlgren. He leaves to-night for Baltimore, thence to proceed to the army of the Pon him. Gen. Kilpatrick has some back with more positive evidence that Col Dahlgren was nothing less than most wantonly and inhumanly murdered — at least such is ntended destination. This letter, the original of which has been given to Admiral Dahlgren, is dated at Wells Mills, near the Court House. It says that, learning of" A Mr. Arnold is mentioned as attempting to take off his boots, upon which Col. Dahlgren gave him a kick, causing him to desist. He soon died however, and then wasthe artificial leg and foot of the deceased, leaving no possible doubt that Col. Dahlgren, and he only, was the subject of reference. One hundred guns were fire
he effrontery to deny that they meant to "cook" the most defenceless part of the human species. Not one line or word of Dahlgren's minute orders for burning up the people, big and little, of this city, has been denied by the Yankee press. They onlyto a more merciful death; the death groans of the fallen mingles with the curses of these murderers, and the thunders of Dahlgren's torpedoes succeeded by the piteous walls of children from the burning dwellings. Ah, what a beautiful feast for the ct drawn by Dr. Quincy of the artistic London murderer of 1812 might be adopted with little modifications for a sketch of Dahlgren. The latter is said to have been a light-haired, cadaverous, smooth faced gentleman, very polite in his manners, and trI saw it was you I should cease to fear." After a succession of the most mysterious and frightful murders this miniature Dahlgren was ambushed by a cowardly London mob, who, howling like demons, followed him to jail, wherein he disappointed their ven
A Raider captured. --A Yankee was captured a day or two ago in Caswell county, N. C. He says he belonged to Dahlgren's raiding party. He says he was separated from his regiment while near Richmond, and he has been straggling ever since.