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ctions of their respective chiefs there is a striking resemblance. The Cossacks slaughtered the wounded, after the battle of Mirabel, until becoming tired of the exertion they buried them while still alive. The Yankees permitted our wounded men to lie for days upon the field of Gettysburg, without succor, whereby they perished by scores. If a man gives a glass of water to the Polish insurgent prisoners he is sent to Siberia. If a man offer a Confederate soldier a cigar, he is sent to Fort Delaware. The Russians dig out the eyes of their prisoners, fill the sockets with alcohol, and set it on fire. The Yankees immure their prisoners in filthy dungeons, like the hole of Calcutta, and leave them to die of suffocation. The Russians flog the Polish women. The Yankees shoot the Confederate women. The partizans of Russia 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 the