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trate against these things. They, the manly, magnanimous Yankees, who distinguish themselves upon all possible occasions by plundering and oppressing the week and helpless, never cant at all. We have never heard anything from that quarter about the "old flag" and the "glorious Union, " the former emblematic of more cruelty and cowardice than any other nation ever imagined, and the latter but another name for the Almighty Dollar. An officer who was left on the field of battle after the 30th of August, to take charge of some necessary business relates an anecdote of one of the Yankees, quite illustrative of their whole character in this connection. It is well known that the Yankee dead, on that occasion, were very generally stripped of their shoes, our troops being much in want of that article. A Yankee surgeon who had come over to look after the wounded, came to this officer in great indignation, and complained that our troops had plundered the dead. Such a thing, he said, he had