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ty by the This marked his conduct towards the South before the war began. He pilfered from his pockets with one hand, and did his best al away our mental independence with other. The war has changed his methods, but not his principles. He has substituted military robbery for financial and commercial robbery, and instead of the Abolition it capture upon which he formerly relied, he s to delivering lectures to helpless pris and to administering oaths to intim citizens. While O. Jennings Wise was lying mortally wounded, a prisoner on Roanoke Island, he was approached by a beastly Federal Surgeon who, instead of using his professional to soothe the agony of the dying man, embraced the occasion to sent the exultation of his brutal soul over the scene of Confederate disaster by predicting the speedy restoration of the Union. His brutality was irreplaceable. The instincts of a Hottentot would have taught him more charity and gentleness in such a situation. But this Yankee v