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is rendered difficult only by the mass of material at hand.
We have enough to make several large volumes — we can only cull here and there a statement.
Mr. Henry Clay Dean, of Iowa, who says in his introduction, I am a Democrat; a devoted friend of the Constitution of the United States; a sincere lover of the Government and ther than our taste would approve, the narrative bears the impress of truth on its face, and can be abundantly substantiated by other testimony:
Narrative of Henry Clay Dean.
In the town of Palmyra, Missouri, John McNeil had his headquarters as colonel of a Missouri regiment and commander of the post.
An officious person whost Virginia, and the taxes saddled upon the people of the country.
The following letter gives its own explanation:
Macon, Georgia, October 7, 1867. Henry Clay Dean, Mount Pleasant, Iowa:
Dear Sir — I have read your late communication addressed to The prisoners of war, and victims of arbitrary arrests in the United S