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The Daily Dispatch: January 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], A Canadian Opinion of the situation of the people of the North. (search)
The white soldiers at Beaufort, South Carolina, under Generals Hunter and Sexton, have literally become hewers of wood and dr more to rise again. At Beaufort, the Abolition Generals Hunter and Sexton have been left to their own devices, and thon of the Confederate General, Drayton. A relation of General Hunter held command in it. The men were provided with the Sibin unloading vessels; but, it coming to the knowledge of Gen. Hunter, the quartermaster was ordered to relieve them from workcy is pursued. They are said to be the especial pots of Gen. Hunter. When the exigencies of the service requires arduouthe insolence of the latter. The affair took place near Gen. Hunter's headquarters, and within the observation of that indivo means improbable that such an event may yet occur if Generals Hunter and Sexton remain long in command. Thus has the w a musket forced into his unwilling hands, or, except in Gen. Hunter's command, is made to labor far harder than he had heret