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The Daily Dispatch: December 13, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ederates might have slaughtered in retaliation at least an equal number of the 11,000 men they paroled so lightly at Harper's Ferry. It was in deeds like these that the horrors which occurred during the civil war in Spain took their rise. Even Cabrera was not so destitute of excuse as this McNiell seems to have been. Cabrera had the murder of his mother to revenge and his vengeance was terrible; but McNeil is a more amateur butcher. We have, but scarcely dare to expect, that the ConfederateCabrera had the murder of his mother to revenge and his vengeance was terrible; but McNeil is a more amateur butcher. We have, but scarcely dare to expect, that the Confederates will keep their hand; and their cause clear of such deeds as these. It is for better to suffer such atrocities than to commit them. Hitherto they have fought like brave men and in this respect, at least, they have the sympathy of all man of right feeling throughout the world, for very shame we trust they will not descend to a level with these ruffians and murderers, whose deeds deny them to be either brave men or even civilized human beings, and the echoes of whose crime will draw forth the