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The Daily Dispatch: September 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 8 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: August 15, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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spersed army. Anderson was at Staunton on the 27th ultimo, pushing on to join Lee in front of the pass, and Wise's retreat for Lewisburg was doubtless to form a junction with Lee at or about the same point. Outrages by Federal troops T. B. Munson, of Fairfax county, Va., who says he is not only a strong Union man, but voted for Mr. Lincoln, thus writes to the Washington Star: I wish to bring to your notice the fact that the Federal troops have been recently committing the most want living outside of the lines. About the same time they shot one of my sheep and carried it off. Parties frequently come to the house and order dinner, without any show of politeness, and without any offer of compensation. We think, since Mr. Munson voted for Mr. Lincoln, he has got no more than he deserved. The Star adds, editorially: A gentlemen who fled from his residence to avoid seizure by the disunionist, bringing his family here, has had his house broken open, and has inco