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rties, and our press and people who are seconding the efforts of Davis to cast a stigma upon us, ashamed of the work they are doing. I will state merely what I know to be true. Abe Canadi and Mr. Mitchell were hung two weeks ago for being Union men. They lived on the Hacklebon settlement, Marion County, Alabama. Mr. Hallwork and his daughter, of the same county, were both shot for the same cause. The latter was instantly killed; the former is still alive, but will probably die. Peter Lewis, and three of his neighbors, were hunted down by one hundred bloodhounds, and captured. The houses of Messrs. Palmer, Welsby, Williams, and the three Weightmans, and of some thirty others, were burned over their heads. The women and children were turned out of doors, and the community was notified that if they allowed them to go into other houses, or fed or harbored them in any manner, they would be served the same. Mr. Peterson, living at the head of Bull Mountain, was shot. I