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The Daily Dispatch: December 20, 1862., [Electronic resource], A Georgian in Source of Salt-he visited the Lincolnites in East Tennessee. (search)
ce demanded food and men eating themselves bed the poultry house. Indeed most of in this immediate vicinity were stripped of all the turanye and chickens to be found. The next night they camped at Mr. Medlicolt's, they committed various depredations, stealing from which and black alike. Proceeding the next morning Cross Reads, their proceeding were. even more outrageous, for here they all they could lay their hands upon, and property from mere wantonness. At residence of Mr. E. Williams, in King and Queen county, they burnt the quarters once by Capt. Littleton's company, and having this brilliant exploit them the return roots with all possible haste, evidently under of an attack from our partisan rangers. On the way they stole horses and cattle from Messrs W. R., and Jefferson Stubbs. Mrs. and many others. Respects ladies were cursed and threatened with if they refused to prepare food for them, A negro man was stopped in the road and fobbed of ten dollars; tw