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The Daily Dispatch: August 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Hospital supplies for the Army of the Northwest. (search)
ntatives who will so vote in the Senate and Congress. The Devoted band. We see by our exchanges that recruits for the "Devoted Band" are volunteering. The news of this organization has reached New York, and the abolition Times raves like a maniac about it. The Philadelphia Ledger, once a very decent newspaper, quotes the call for volunteers and expends some wrathful words about Southern atrocities. Federal Outrages. The Romney (Hampshire county, Va.,) Intelligencer, of August 9th, says: The Federal force in this and Hardy county, at this time, is not less than from 4 to 5,000. Many of our citizens have suffered greatly by these Hessians. John T. Peerce, Esq., has had taken off by them 60 head fat cattle, 3 horses, 1 mule, with wagon, and colored servant Harry. Col. E. M. Armstrong, damage done to house and furniture very great — colored servant, Maria, enticed away by them. A W. McDonald, Jr., Esq., furniture and house very much broken up — valuable libra