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The Daily Dispatch: October 30, 1863., [Electronic resource], The correspondence relative to the at Raleigh. (search)
their officers, several of whom I saw in the crowd; but I heard none of their names, except a Major Shepherd.--I have also reasons for believing it was done with the knowledge and consent of Gen. Benn Brigadier General. To S. Cooper, Adj't and Inspector General, Richmond, Va. Lieut.-Col. Shepherd, who was mentioned in Gov. Vance's letter as Major Shepherd, writes a letter to the AdjutMajor Shepherd, writes a letter to the Adjutant General, in which the following statement is made: My first knowledge of the disturbance was derived from Gov. Vance calling upon me for this purpose at the hotel, inquiring first for Gen. Be Department in my further vindication. I have the honor to be, yours, Very respectfully W S Shepherd. Lt. Col. 2d Ga. reg't Benning's brig. It was common rumor in Raleigh, that the Nortg others to the Standard office, and first taking part in its destruction. Gov. Vance writes a letter exculpating Lt. Col. Shepherd, but not Gen. Benning, and here the correspondence closes.