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Clarke (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 17
Heroic deed. --The Clarke county Conservator says: One of the remarkable and heroic deeds of General Patterson's army of thieving Yankees, as they marched to Martinsburg from Williamsport a few weeks since, we learn, was the entire destruction of everything on a widow lady's farm except her dwelling house. Hearing of the approach of the thieves, she and her three daughters fled to a neighbor's house; and the thieves, not content with destroying her grain, shooting her stock, burning her barn and stables, even destroyed and carried off every article in her house and kitchen. All this was done without any provocation whatever.
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Heroic deed. --The Clarke county Conservator says: One of the remarkable and heroic deeds of General Patterson's army of thieving Yankees, as they marched to Martinsburg from Williamsport a few weeks since, we learn, was the entire destruction of everything on a widow lady's farm except her dwelling house. Hearing of the approach of the thieves, she and her three daughters fled to a neighbor's house; and the thieves, not content with destroying her grain, shooting her stock, burning her barn and stables, even destroyed and carried off every article in her house and kitchen. All this was done without any provocation whatever.
Heroic deed. --The Clarke county Conservator says: One of the remarkable and heroic deeds of General Patterson's army of thieving Yankees, as they marched to Martinsburg from Williamsport a few weeks since, we learn, was the entire destruction of everything on a widow lady's farm except her dwelling house. Hearing of the approach of the thieves, she and her three daughters fled to a neighbor's house; and the thieves, not content with destroying her grain, shooting her stock, burning her barn and stables, even destroyed and carried off every article in her house and kitchen. All this was done without any provocation whatever.