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The Annals of the Civil War Written by Leading Participants North and South (ed. Alexander Kelly McClure), Fire, sword, and the halter. (search)
detachment of the First New York Cavalry, commanded by a Captain William F. Martindale, who, on being met at the door by Mrs. Shepherd, coollouse. It's Colonel Boteler's home, and that's enough for me, was Martindale's reply. She then said: I have been obliged to remove all my pers to me and my children. Can I not be permitted to save it? But Martindale curtly told her that he intended to burn everything under roof upsitting under the trees, the only shelter then left for them. Martindale's written order from Hunter also embraced another Virginia home. y 20th, 1864. General Hunter:-- Yesterday, your underling, Captain Martindale, of the First New York Cavalry, executed your infamous order both father and mother were far away. Any heart but that of Captain Martindale (and yours) would have been touched by that little circle, co repeat, any man would have been touched at that sight. But, Captain Martindale! one might as well hope to find mercy and feeling in the hear