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The Daily Dispatch: January 8, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 22, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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some months ago sent two gentlemen to Williamsburg under flag of truce, to examine into the condition of the patients there, but the Federals refused to allow them to enter their lines. The Virginia military Institute. There are new over 250 cad at this institution. The institute has furnished 8 Brigadier Generals, 58 Colonels, 30 Lieut. Colonels, 38 Majors, 110 Captains 116 Lieutenants, 12 Aid Camp, 26 Adjutants of Regiments, and 34 Adjutant Generals Surgeons, Quartermasters and Commissaries--making a total of 240. Of these 57 have been killed and 72 wounded in battle, and 8 died in service, making a total of 138--more than one half. The crime of extortion. The crime of extortion is denounced in the most southing terms. The Governor gives a single example of a cotton manufacturing company that has already divided 75 per cent, of profits and will divide 25 per cent more at the cross of the year — making a clear profit in twelve months of 100 per of upon the capital s
No more Shanks. To the Editors of the Dispatch: We understand that no more beef shins are to be sold to the poor at the Commissary's store, on Broad street. But hereafter, while the children of the poor refugees will stand with empty baskets, the little tickets of the Captain and Major Commissaries, Quartermasters, and A. A. G.'s will procure the finest beef at Government price. The Hon. Secretary of War cannot take note of these little things; but we understand he is ever ready to do what is right between man and man at this trying time, and hence we ask, why should these military officers, mostly of conscript age, enjoy this advantage over civil officers, who labor as faithfully in the cause and who are mostly over conscript age, and refugees, with large and dependent families? We are sure Mr. Seddon will act in this matter to the extent of his authority. X.