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The Daily Dispatch: April 7, 1864., [Electronic resource] 9 1 Browse Search
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former county, the outrages were committed by the 9th Illinois Regiment, commanded by Lieut Col Jesse J. Phillips, of Bellville, Illinois. On January 25th, Gen. Roddy, with a small portion of his command, attacked the forces of Lieut Col. Phillips, who were encamped near and in the prove of Mrs. Coleman, the widow of Judge Daniel Coleman, deceased. The enemy's pickets were driven into the r was rescinded. Miss Coleman and her two little brothers are now exiles in our lines. Col. Phillips took Mr. Crenshaw, a respectable citizen of Limestone, into his tent and demanded his money. Crenshaw handed his pocket-book and some loose change he had in his vest pocket. Col. Phillips asked if that was all. Mr. Crenshaw replied no, and Phillips demanded the balance, and took from his Phillips demanded the balance, and took from his person five-thousand dollars belled around his person. This man is trying to equal Butler, the Beast, and is the representative of the Lincoln Government. In Lauderdale county the conduct of the