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The Daily Dispatch: April 1, 1864., [Electronic resource], Horrible murder of a child by the Federals (search)
Horrible murder of a child by the Federals The Lynchburg Republican gives the particulars of the horrible murder of a child in Rome county, Va., a few days since, by a party of Yankee soldiers. It says: A gentleman named Lee; of that county, had a little boy, only 17 months old, whom he had named "Jenkins," after the renowned cavalry leader, Gen. A. G. Jenkins A party of Yankees, quartered in the county, bearing of the child's name, visited the house of Mr. Lee, and asking to see tMr. Lee, and asking to see the child, when it was brought into their presence, deliberately shot him dead, for no other cause than its bearing the name it did. The sister of the little in nocent, a girl of fifteen or sixteen summers, discovering the intention of these worse than demons, ran in to try and save her brother's life, and in doing so came near losing her own, several musket balls passing through her dress, but fortunately not injuring her. These facts we obtain from a gentleman who knows them to be true to the
The Daily Dispatch: April 1, 1864., [Electronic resource], A Federal Summary of the strength and Probable latentions of the rebels. (search)
In two days that same body of men may reach Atlanta. Therefore, whoever, fights Lee in Virginia, or North Carolina, or East Tennessee, or Joe Johnston in Georgia, mce that the army in South Carolina is restly "an army of accommodation." Gen. Lee, as we all know, in his force under Longstreet, has an army watch may be swel that both armies will rest on the defensive until strategy shall have compelled Lee to relinquish the State of Virginia, and quickly too, to escape destruction. Ifot the case, the Eastern battle ground may be transferred to North Carolina. If Lee, Virginia, he will do so reluctantly. There simplicity of things which Lee maLee may or might attempt, but I think he will attempt nothing; but that he will leave his present position, through strategy on our part, or designs of his own, before theove upon us, and an attempt to would Joe Johnston's army have to meet the of Lee and Johnston and of the former in chief. The trans- Mississippi army under Stu