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The Daily Dispatch: September 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], Atrocitties of the Neapolitan brigands. (search)
miles further on at the Ford over Peters creek, where Col. Finny was. We were two hours there, and allowed full liberty to walk about as we pleased. There were found five of our men, who had just been taken, all from Cleveland but one, viz: Frank Williams, Andrew Scovill, (whose brother is here, wounded in the hip,) a Mr. Burt, a Mr. Bandell, and one whose name I do not remember, a German. Poor fellows, weary and hungry, they had come in from the woods to get something to eat and were captured. I could sympathize especially with Williams, as he has a wife and two children. The brave fellow had but little to say, but I saw that a word would bring the tears into his eyes. Before we left we saw them seated at a bountiful table, which their captors had kindly provided for them; and we saw that in all other respects they were kindly and respectfully treated. After a delay of two hours, word came that we could proceed to the next encampment. A squad of cavalry took us in charge,