The Richmond Examiner tells with solemn horror that “Lincoln's soldiers” at Harper's Ferry amuse themselves by lying in wait and shooting the little fair-haired girls of the village on their way to school.
It mentions the names of two or three innocent little victims, and tells the vile lie with such an air of sincerity that no doubt many of its readers believe it.--Baltimore American, Dec. 7.
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