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The Daily Dispatch: December 27, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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nce to remove the body of the dead.--That brave old man, borne down by a wrecked constitution and the weight of oppressive years, was compelled to walk twelve miles, over a miserably muddy road, and to cap the climax of brutality, father and son were handcuffed together and driven through the streets of Baton Rouge. In the words of the narrator, "An old man and son could not be guarded by a regiment of men without binding the prisoners in irons." Affairs at Vicksburg — address of General Van Dorn. A letter from Vicksburg, July 20th, says: way, the pretty much the entire day, but having the decency to let us sleep without disturbance at night. The Arkansas has been exercising them terribly, simply by operating in their fears. Having had occasion to shift her position several times, the Yanks have each time believed she was about to pounce on them, and great was their funk in consequence.--They have employed themselves the past two days in the attempt to dump a 15 in