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over around us to give information to the enemy. One of the Lincoln scoundrels on board the Cumberland, came near being shot by Lieut. Milligan, one of our most respected officers at this station. Lieut. M. jumped on board, drew his revolver, and would have shot the rascal in presence of the whole crew, but for the timely prevention of a number of our men. This took place on Monday, a flag of truce having gone down on that day. Our men are not to be insulted by the base hirelings of Abe Lincoln, who pay no regard to even innocent women who plead protection at their hands. Troops have been taken from Newport News and stationed at Old Point. It is stated this morning that the Hygeia Hotel was consumed by fire last night. I place no confidence in the rumor. Another account is that a Federal steamer in the Roads had met with the same fate; but confirmation is wanting in either case. I regret to say that one of our picket guards belonging to the Alabama Regiment, was sho
of the Rappahannock the vessel stopped and engaged the services of a white man as mate, and then sailed for Halifax, N. S., whither she was bound when stopped by Lincoln's pirates. As she was going to sea, she was again seized, and the negro sailors being called in as witnesses, testified to Capt Layton's strong secession proclivchooner being anchored under one of the guns of the men-of-war, a guard of three soldiers was set over the captain. This was on Monday night, during which two of Lincoln's soldiers went to sleep. The other one the captain contrived to amuse by giving him something to read. While engaged in this pleasant amusement, the captain puond, and will, no doubt, make such representations to the British Consul here as will induce a protest from that official that will be respected by the minions of Lincoln. Their object in disregarding the order for her release given by their own officers and seizing the vessel the second time, must have proceeded from an invincibl
rous outrage. --The Staunton Spectator says: We are pained to learn that Mr. Gamble Dalhouse, a member of Capt. Patrick's company, of this county, has been the victim of the most villainous and treacherous outrage, committed by some of Lincoln's soldiers, which has ever been recorded in all the annals of civilized warfare. Two of Lincoln's soldiers visited our camp under a flag of truce for the professed purpose of bringing some clothes to one of his men whom we held as a prisoner. Lincoln's soldiers visited our camp under a flag of truce for the professed purpose of bringing some clothes to one of his men whom we held as a prisoner. On their return, they fired upon Mr. Dalhouse, whom they found alone on picket duty. He was shot in the abdomen, and is seriously, if not mortally, wounded.--This villainous and treacherous outrage should be avenged. We should hold the next bearers of a flag of truce till the devils who committed this outrage should be placed in the possession of our forces, to receive the reward their villainous conduct merits.
A Scare. --Says the Louisville Courier, of the 28th ult.: Lincoln's troops at Evansville were frightened almost out of their wits the other day, at the report that they were about to be attacked by some Southerners. They sent a boat up the river to scout for them, and were in such a nervous condition that the whole regiment would have incontinently fled had one or two hundred Virginians happened to make their appearance amongst them.
Where the difference. --If a Democrat expresses an opinion against Mr. Lincoln's war policy, the Republicans forth with denounce him as a "traitor." The Republicans can abuse Judge Taney, a very much wiser and better man than Lincoln is or can be, and it is all right. Praise Abolitionism and you are a patriot; support the Constitution in a consistent, truthful way, and you are a traitor — so say these Republican judges!--Machias (Me.) Union. Where the difference. --If a Democrat expresses an opinion against Mr. Lincoln's war policy, the Republicans forth with denounce him as a "traitor." The Republicans can abuse Judge Taney, a very much wiser and better man than Lincoln is or can be, and it is all right. Praise Abolitionism and you are a patriot; support the Constitution in a consistent, truthful way, and you are a traitor — so say these Republican judges!--Machias (Me.) Unio