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raise and censure are alike undeserved, and the charge in both cases without the shadow of foundation. In fact, however many of them may have deserved different treatment, not a man was killed by the troops under my command except in fair action. I am, very respectfully, your ob't serv't. G. N. Fitch. Colonel 46th Indiana Volunteers, commanding Brigade and the late White River Expedition. A chaplain released. Rev. John McMillan, chaplain of the 100th Pennsylvania, taken prisoner in a recent engagement in Virginia, has been released on parole, and arrived in Washington. He says the rebels are very much mollified towards Pope since the promulgation of the late order, explaining his former instructions to subsist the army on the enemy. They profess to be satisfied now that his conduct is not in violation of the accepted rules of modern warfare. Mr. McMillan brings some very amusing messages from Gen. Stuart to Pone, about a change of wardrobe, &c.--Cor. N. Y. Times.
The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], Derange case of infatuation with petticoat (search)
Maryland refugees Enlisting. --The refugees from Maryland, residing in Richmond, are responding with commendable alacrity to the appeals made to them to aid in ridding their State from the bondage of Lincolnism. Since the First Maryland regiment was disbanded, for the purpose of a more thorough and complete organization, recruiting for the Maryland Line has been actively and success fully prosecuted by officers of that regiment, and a number of companies have been raised. In addition to the companies already in camp, and ready to march, a number are now in, process of formation here, whose ranks are being rapidly filled up. We understand that during this week from four to six hundred will leave under the command of the brave Gen. Stuart, to join the victorious cohorts of Stonewall Jackson in their march through Maryland. Many more will soon follow them.
The Daily Dispatch: September 12, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Uprising in the West--Salt manufacture — the Conscript law. (search)
Going away. --Four of Gen. Winder's detective officers, and several of the passport clerks, (who are Marylanders,) leave to-day with Gen. Stuart to join Gen. Jackson. About 20 of Maj. Griswold's employees have left for the above destination.