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The Daily Dispatch: December 21, 1863., [Electronic resource], The raid into Southwestern Virginia--depredations of the enemy. (search)
hing and dying in the Libby and other prisons of the South. Mr. Johnson said be concurred in the resolution of the Senator from Kentucky United States. Mr. Davis replied, making some inquiries of Mr. Johnson, and declaring that the whole structure of the Government would lock on the morning of Monday, the 7th inst., he was awakened by Mr. Johnson, the mate, who told him that the second engineer had been shot. . Two more balls were put into his head after he was dead. Mr. Johnson, the mate, now fled to warn the captain, while three or four of d engineer, who was killed, was not spoken to by this murderer. Mr. Johnson, the chief engineer, was shot in the chin, and Mr. Johnson, the Mr. Johnson, the chief officer, was wounded in the arm and also in the knee-joint These gentlemen were put in irons, and the sailors and firemen, who were bel State. Gen. French, of Meade's army, is under arrest for Jetting Johnson's division whip him. He says he was ordered to find the enemy