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The Daily Dispatch: August 14, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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r in which this war has begun; the proclamation in advance of rape and rapine, handcuffing and hanging, as the proper mode of conducting the war; and the acts of Congress confiscating Southern property, leave no other alternative to a people who have the slightest spark of spirit than to resist the invaders to the death and by the most extreme measures of resistance. It may be difficult for mercenary souls to comprehend the fact, but they may as well understand it at first as at last, that Hampton is but the beginning of the end. Its own property holders applied the torch to their dwellings rather than they should fall again into the hands of the invaders, and the property holders of Richmond, and of every other Southern city, would, under similar circumstances, do the same. The spirit of self-sacrifice which the South has so universally exhibited, can be exercised by the Southern people with much less pain and sorrow in the surrender of property than in the surrender of the lives o
Confederate soldiers who have died in this city since Sunday morning. None of the ten died from wounds — all from sickness, (measles, &c.) Ten more of our soldiers were buried on Friday and Saturday last — The mortality among our men is to be regretted. Their relatives in the far South who may read this brief announcement of their deaths, may rest assured that they received all possible care and attention, and all that could be done was done in each case to prevent the approach of the "grim destroyer: " Privates John Gladden, 2 Regiment, Florida; Bernard Thacker, 10th Louisiana Volunteers; S. Cannon, Fayette Guards, Colonel Toombs' Regiment; F. Weeks, Company A, Fifth Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers; Wm. Hampton, 7th Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers; --Goodman, 4th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers; J. C. Favors, 12th Regiment, Alabama Volunteers;--Longest North Carolina State Troops; A b rt J. Eastman, 11th Alabama Regiment; Henry Fleming, Tiger Rifles, Louisiana Battalio