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Neglect of duty and Horrible Cruelty --The following statement made by a Richmond correspondent of the Atlanta Confederacy demands an investigation by the Commissary General, and the punishment of the agent guilty of this flagrant neglect of duty and brutal carelessness: While en route here several things came under my observation worthy of note, and one especially that Congress should not fail to take proper steps in regard to. At Kingsville, S C., I saw three box cars loaded with cattle, with this endorsement upon one of the boxes: "These cattle have been here for three days, and have never received food or water. Where are the commissaries? December 19, 1863" This caused me to inquire into the matter; and I learned from a gentleman who lived there that they had been there for six days and received neither food nor water.--In one of the boxes there were six dead, in another two, and in the third one Several were down in each car that in all probability died in the next