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The Daily Dispatch: December 3, 1863., [Electronic resource], Affairs on the Rapidan — the enemy Retiring towards Fredericksburg. (search)
Quantrell. The humane and benevolent Abolitionists are grievously distressed and exasperated at the methoof war adopted by the Missouri guerilla chieftain, Quantrell. That execrated warrior seems to have fashioned hior, but, to some extent, believe it possible that Quantrell may have departed from the general Confederate cusnd other incendiaries and murderers of that stamp, Quantrell fights them with their own weapons, exacts an eye farthing. Whenever the Yankees hang a Confederate Quantrell hangs a Yankee, whenever a Confederate house is buand whenever a Yankee officer is sues an order for Quantrell's execution, as soon as caught, it is a lucky thiner of buckshot. Of course this uncivil conduct of Quantrell must meet the reprobation of all civilized mankindsion of his life. They would give a round sum for Quantrell's scalp, but the brains under that scalp are too me are apt to fall into his hands. We observe that Quantrell makes no speeches and utters no threats, but retal