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The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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We understand that a squad of tories at Jonesboro' took a young man by the name of Harris out of his bed at that place, and shot him in the presence of his family. We also learn that another squad hung a man at Morristown by the name of Drury Morris. We learn that neither Harris nor Morris were particularly obnoxious to the tories.--The former was a private in the Confederate service, and the latter was no way connected with the Government, except as a pork packer last winter. If thMorris were particularly obnoxious to the tories.--The former was a private in the Confederate service, and the latter was no way connected with the Government, except as a pork packer last winter. If the tories continue this diabolical spirit of revenge, the scenes that will occur in East Tennessee will exceed anything recorded in history, and will be a sad commentary upon the great leniency with which they have been treated by the commanders of the military department of East Tennessee, for they have been most sedulously protected both in their persons and property. From information which the Atlanta Intelligencer, of Saturday evening last, deems reliable, it would appear that the enemy