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From Jackson, Miss. [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch] Jackson, 20th May, 1863. I arrived here from Mobile last night. I came by a freight train, and had a seat on top. The rumor of the sack, pillage, and burning of the town, fell short of the fact. There is not a house that escaped. Every storehouse, every safe was broken — all moneys, all goods of every description stolen and destroyed.--Grant sent an officer to Green and ordered him to surrender every dollar in his vaults — which he did. Fortunately, many of our merchants had removed their moneys, and only suffered by loss of their goods and buildings. Several millions have been lost by the occupation of Grant's army. Oh, what insincere, heartless, villainous thieves, officers and privates, these Yankees are. War is reputable when legitimate, but such a war as this, now going on, is a slander to our species, a disgrace to the civilization of the country. I need not tell you all I have seen — all I have h<
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