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The Daily Dispatch: December 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], A fearful Chapter in criminal history. (search)
possession of files of Northern papers up to and including the 8th inst. The steamer Vanderbilt was to sail on the 9th to catch the "190" who, it was reported, had captured and burned the bark-Harriet Spaulding, of New York, on the 19th ult. The Falmouth correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer, writing on the 3d inst, gives the following: News from the army before Fredericksburg. The enemy still continue to work on their batteries with great avidity. From the banks of the Rappahannocicksburg are the most violent secessionists, we have no pity for them; it is the poor children who are now obliged to suffer in common with the guilty wretches who are endeavoring to destroy one of the best Governments that ever existed. In Falmouth there is considerable suffering among the poorer citizens, and, in fact, they are all very poor, except one or two. How they out an existence is an enigma to us all. As one passes through the town the squalid-looking men women, and children pe