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The Daily Dispatch: December 2, 1861., [Electronic resource], The supply of Wood — no chance for the speculators — the members of the conference Visiting the Navy-Yard — the weather. (search)
ol. Devilliers. The reader will remember the escape of this unmitigated scamp from the custody of our military authorities when permitted some privileges on his parole. Mr. S. W. Ficklin happening to be recently within the lines of Gen. Rosencranz's camp, heard much of this perjured officer, and promised to transmit the proper documents to prove his breach of faith and honor. The following are the papers prepared for this purpose: Near Charlottesville, Va., Nov. 29, 1861. Gen. J. H. Winder--Sir: Circumstances lately situated me so, I could but hear base charges and falsehoods emanating from a prisoner taken after the battle at Scarey in Kanawha, known as Dr. Withers, I believe; he claimed to be a Colonel in the Federal army, and I think it but justice to all interested it should be known, and hope you will say in reply whether this man was on parole when he escaped from your charge, and if so, the facts connected with it. Whilst Cols Woodruff and Neff, and othe