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President Davis and Gen. Lee. Alexander directs Mouravieff to "adopt measures against families having friends in the ranks of the insurgents." The policy of Abraham in this respect is identical. In the barbarous acts which have followed in Poland and the Confederate States, the instructions 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. nd 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 their prisoners in their filthy jails, in violation of their pledged faith. The Russian author
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 t 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 arms in their lands. Count Phey say in their blunt language that as soon as the French make their appearance they will all side with the insurgents, and not leave alive a single Muscovite in Poland. A letter from Cracow, on the 9th ultimo, states that among the Russian officers remarkable for their cruelty is Gen. Count Toll. Having been appointed to gu