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The Daily Dispatch: September 20, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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aces. By order of Gen Vicle, guards have been placed at the doors of the hotels and at the corners of the streets, and citizens are forbidden to assemble on the streets in groups of more than three. Houses have been searched for concealed arms and Confederate flags. Yet on the whole, under the administration of Gen. Vicle the Yankee rule is much milder than it might be. Gen. V.'s policy is rather conciliatory than otherwise — decidedly more so than that of the present Provost Marshal, Capt. Leibenan, whose harsh measures and uncourteous manner (especially to the ladies) render him very unpopular. The people have lost much in the resignation of Col Christensen, the former Provost Marshal, now promoted to Gen. Wool's staff. Col Christensen was a thorough gentleman — kind hearted, humane, and invariably polished and courteous in his manner alike to high and low. Under his administration justice was impartially dispensed, and his sympathies and kind services were easily enlisted i