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The Daily Dispatch: March 24, 1865., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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il works, Mr. Mallett's house, Mr. McLean's house, &c., were destroyed. They robbed the people of everything in the way of food. I have a letter from Mr. Mallett, in which he says 'some people must starve.'--The train has gone down to Little river, to day, carrying a load of provisions." The enemy seem to be making thieving raids into Western North Carolina. The Charlotte Democrat says: "On Wednesday last, a squad of thirty-five Yankee cavalry dashed into the village of Monroe, Union county, remained about an hour, and left, carrying off all the horses and mules they could gather up. A train of wagons, ten in number, belonging to a party of refugees from Chester district, had just reached the village, and were standing in the street when the appeared. Of course the train was seized; and horses, mules, and wagons, with their contents, and nineteen negro men, were carried off. Thirteen of the negroes escaped from the enemy and returned to Monroe the same night. The loss