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[45] to take his body down. They went to P. Rallins, formerly a captain in Colonel Hale's regiment, who had resigned in consequence of ill-health, and robbed him of several thousand dollars, giving him ten minutes to cross the Tennessee River, and threatening to hang him, and leave him hanging till the buzzards should pick his eyes out, if he ever returned. issued an order for all to take the oath or leave their lines. Such are a few of the many atrocities these Yankee fiends — the representatives of “the best government the world ever saw” --are inflicting on the people of North-Alabama.--Richmond Whig, January 27.

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