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The Daily Dispatch: January 2, 1864., [Electronic resource], The recent expedition of the enemy to Elizabeth City, N. C. (search)
tage for the colored soldier captured near Shiloh. I shall treat him exactly as your people treat that soldier. If they hang him, I shall hang Major Gregory; and you know by this time that I keep my word. Let the soldier be sent to Deep Creek Village, at the end of Dismal Swamp Canal, and Major Gregory shall be at once restored. Edw's A. Wild, Brigadier General Vols. Major Gregory is an old man not in service. [Copy.] Elizabeth City, Dec. 17th, 1863. To John T. Elliot, Cllas are to be treated as pirates — You will never have rest until you renounce your present course or join the regular Confederate army. (Signed,) Edw'n A. Wald, Brig. Gen. Vols. Any day that you will send your colored prisoner to Deep Creek Village, at the terminus of Dismast Swamp Canal you will find them women returned there the next day. This is on the faith of one who keeps his word. (Signed,) Edw'd A. Wild, Brig. Gen. Vols. These ladies were kept in handcuffs un