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The Daily Dispatch: January 23, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: July 15, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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shington and de to Cornwallis" We have head many instances barely of a similar character. The Yankees omit no opportunity of remarking farm-houses where they know there are none but ladies and children to encounter but our "fair rebels" never let them depart without giving them the benefit of some very decided and emphatic Southern sentiment at which the valorous warriors curse and rave immoderately. Not long ago, on a Sunday morning, a party of Yankees visited the house of Rev. Robert Beadles, in Hanover county, when there was no one at home except two ladies. Observing a number of fowls in the yard a surgeon stepped up to Mrs. B. and abruptly told her that he wanted some of them. She pointed out the younger ones which any person of good taste would prefer for culinary purposes, but these he refused to take — he wanted the ancient hens, the patriarchs of the flock and for these he was willing to pay one dollar apiece in Federal coin. The lady declined to part with them