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The Daily Dispatch: April 15, 1863., [Electronic resource], Reported fighting on the Rappahannock. (search)
th millions of acres yet unreclaimed from the wilderness for expansion — is dependent on the South for prosperity and grandeur. Refined Thieves — a raid on Graveyard statuary. The dwellings of Dixie are not the only places pillaged of works of art by the Yankees. Serg't Hammond, of the 5th Michigan cavalry, and a private in the same corps, have been arrested for stealing two statuettes from the Congressional burying ground at Washington, and a bronze statue from the residence of Clark Mills, the sculptor.-- The Chronicle says: The most conclusive evidence against the sergeant was in the shape of copies of letters addressed to him from his home in Michigan. They are written by different members of his family, and evince education. Intelligence, and a sensitive appreciation of the beautiful. The articles were evidently not stolen for the sake of money-gain, but for the purpose of sending them home for preservation. To show how his presents were appreciated we gi