they made way with but we do not know of anything else.
They pulled everything out of your drawers and trunks, burst open closets, etc. No shell went through your house, and if you saw the sufferings of most of the people you would think you had indeed fared well.
Mr. A. has lost everything — his store, furniture, etc; his house is riddled with shell and his wife and child with nothing to wear but what they have on. Hundreds are in the same situation.
As shell were being thrown by our men on Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, we spent each of those days chiefly in the cellar, as well as Thursday; thus, five days in all.
Mary Price, a black woman, war killed by a shell — cut quite in two.
She had gotten, for protection, under a bed in a room through which a shell passed.
I saw her on Wednesday.
She had been killed the previous Thursday, but there was no one to bury her. Every house not inhabited has been sacked and ruined inside.
They committed every species of outrag