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The Revolution in Poland. Horrible Cruelties of the Russian Generals — order to knout ladies. In Lithuania, since the arrival of the Governor-General, Mouravieff, every day has been marked by an execution. On Monday, a telegraphic dispatch from Cracow stated that Count Plater had been hanged at Wilma by order of the Governor General, adding that a young student, M. Henri Abbot, and a priest, M. Kenarski, bad met with the same fate at Warsaw. The Russian official journals contain a list of all the executions which have taken place during the last week at Wilma, among which are those of the Priest Zazoron, aged twenty-eight years, shot; Priest Ziemeelki, aged sixty years, shot; M. de Laskiewiez, shot; M. de Kolyske, hanged. The most illustrious of these victims, Count Leon Plater, bears one of the oldest and most honored names in Poland. What adds to the odiousness of these barbarous executions is, that none of the men who have just been struck down, were taken with
sia in Poland induced a party of Poles to lay aside their arms under the pretence of friendship and murdered them all. The Yankees violate a solemn cartel, and keep their prisoners in their filthy jails, in violation of their pledged faith. The Russian authorities hold a man's wife and children responsible for him. The Yankee General, McNeil, murders ten men because one missing man cannot be found, and, a few days after, the missing man is found. Mouravieff boasts of having shot one Catholic priest and imprisoned a number of others. At Vicksburg the soldiers entered the church, carried off the vessels, desecrated the premises, and insulted the priest, who is still in imminent danger. The Russian officers encourage the peasants to murder the land owners. The Yankee officers encourage the negroes to murder their masters. Numbers of persons have been murdered by the peasants in Lithuania. A whole family was murdered by the negroes in Tennessee. But it is unnecessary to push