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The Daily Dispatch: March 11, 1864., [Electronic resource], From
's command Gen. Longstreet
Dahlgren. The miserable wretch whose orders to hang Jeff. Davis and burn and sack the city, have brought down a storm of deserved execrations upon his head, it ought never to be forgotten, was no worse than the rest of his Yankee comrade in crime, and not as bad as the monstrous villains of the Washington Cabinet, under whose express and explicit orders he was of course acting. Kilpatrick and all the other officers of this and every other expedition to Richmond have no doubt had the same programme, dictated by the same supreme authority.--The misfortune of Dahlgren was that he was found out. But he was no worse than Kilpatrick and other base men, who consented to carry out orders that none but devils could have devised. The chief criminals are Lincoln, Seward, and the Black Republican crew at Washington — men who have deliberately planned and directed the commission of one of the most gigantic crimes in the annals of human warfare. Upon them let the execrations of all civilize