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The Daily Dispatch: may 29, 1861., [Electronic resource], The character of the war before us. (search)
ld blood by the ruthless soldiery. Among the pet officers of the Northern army are, Billy Wilson, Daniel E. Sickles, Billy Mulligan, E Z. C. Judson, alias Ned Buntline, and others equally prominent and notorious for their deeds of villainy. Wilson is a rowdy of the most disgraceful stamp, the leader of a gang of roughs and tlived, but he will find fighting the South a different affair from that of a ward fight in New York. E. Z. C. Judson, better known by his nom de plume of "Ned Buntline," has received an appointment as Colonel in the army of subjugation. This blast upon humanity — this defamer of woman's virtue, but now valiant son of wars, wfrom receiving his just deserts, by the interposition of some gentleman who saw the castigation administered. He, for a long time, published a paper entitled "Ned Buntline's Own," which paper was filled with the most foul slanders on the virtue of woman, and the most bitter attacks on the religious prejudices of a portion of our