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The Daily Dispatch: August 15, 1864., [Electronic resource], What is to be Settled for. (search)
What is to be Settled for. --The Yankees have made the use of the torch legitimate against them by the burning of the following towns: Germantown and Madison Courthouse, in Virginia; Washington, North Carolina; Bluffton, South Carolina; Darien and St. Mary's, Georgia; Jacksonville and Tampa Bay, Florida; Jackson, Mississippi; Greenville, and other towns in Arkansas; Alexandria and New Iberia, Louisiana; Hickman, Randolph, Lake Providence, Bayon Sara, Plaquemine, Donaldsonville, and every other town on the Mississippi river, from the mouth of the Ohio to New Orleans, except Memphis, Natchez, Vicksburg and Baton Rouge.