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The Daily Dispatch: June 28, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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t they are principally women and children. In many instances the negroes were forced to leave their homes, and did so only when threatened with instant death. The venders were prevented from completing their work of destruction in their retreat by the rapidity with which our forces pursued them, but notwithstanding, the damage they have inflicted is of a very serious character. At Bansack's they destroyed the depot building, and the large jeans manufacturing establishment of Bonsack & Kiser, and at Big Lick they also burnt the depot. At the latter place they stole all of the horses and cattle of Messrs John front and E T Tindey, and we suppose the same system of robbery was practiced wherever an opportunity presented itself. We confess our unbelief in the ability of our forces to capture the edisinous horde, as the latter is travelling with great speed, but we feel assured that they will not be allowed to tarry until they are driven entirely out of the State, and even the