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The Daily Dispatch: March 26, 1864., [Electronic resource], Two extracts from revolutionary History. (search)
ave placed in his hands. Brigade morning Orders, 2d March, 1781. A foraging party, consisting of one officer, two sergeants, two corporals, and twenty-four privates, to assemble at the guns this morning at 8 o'clock with the battalion horses. Notwithstanding every order, every entreaty, that Lord Cornwallis has given to the army to prevent the shameful practice of plundering and distressing the country, and those orders backed by every effort that can have been made by Brigadier General O'Hara, he is shocked to find this evil still prevails and ashamed to observe that the frequent complaints he receives from headquarters of the irregularity of the guards particularly affects the credit of this corps. He therefore calls upon the officers, non-commissioned officers, and those men who are yet possessed of the feelings of humanity and actuated by the best principles of soldiers, the love of their country, the good of the service, and the honor of their own corps, to assist w