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n half rations, I must add that women are included in this brutal treatment. The best citizens have fled, among whom Col. Dickinson, Mr. Mansen, Jno. McCoy. L. Jones, Jno. marrs, John B. Jones, Clerk of the Courts, Judge Baley, and others. Negroes are spirited away continually, wholesale and wanton destruction stalks among the afflicted families of Fayette and Raleigh, and to those favored at first by Heaven, with true loyalty and self sacrificing devotion to our beautiful and much covered South, have come the curses and vengeance of that unclean and vile portion of mankind — the Yankee. I saw Col. Dickinson, a few days since, an exile from his home — his family, all that is dear, except his smitten, yet triumphant South. He was formerly a citizen of Nelson county, Va., but has for many years lived in Fayetteville, where he has been by that people entrusted with high official stations. His daughters, with whom I have been well acquainted in previous years, have imbibed the sp