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--A religious writer in the New York Sun says: ‘"It is impossible, in such a recruiting, to prevent a few vile, obscene, scoundrelly fellows from creeping into every one of our regiments. There are often men in the companies who ought to be in irons."--In the course of human events it may happen that these ‘"scoundrelly fellows"’ in Lincoln's army will meet with their just reward. ’

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