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North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 12
Address to the people of North Carolina. --The committee appointed by the North Carolina troops in Gen. Lee's army to prepare an address to the people of that State, counteracting the treacherous aims of a faction of designing men, has discharged its duty. The address appears in print. We have room for only the concluding portion of it: Let there is yet a consideration to which your attention has not been invited. The systematic violation of all the laws of civilized warfare by theNorth Carolina troops in Gen. Lee's army to prepare an address to the people of that State, counteracting the treacherous aims of a faction of designing men, has discharged its duty. The address appears in print. We have room for only the concluding portion of it: Let there is yet a consideration to which your attention has not been invited. The systematic violation of all the laws of civilized warfare by the enemy has not been without its natural influence in inflaming our resentment and exciting towards him extreme hatred. He has no respect to the inviolability of private property or the personal liberty of non-combatants. He has made war upon innocent and defenceless old men, women, and children, by driving them as refugees from their homes, burning their dwellings, and taking from them their means of subsistence. He has employed in his service — in command of his armies — beasts in human sh
Address to the people of North Carolina. --The committee appointed by the North Carolina troops in Gen. Lee's army to prepare an address to the people of that State, counteracting the treacherous aims of a faction of designing men, has discharged its duty. The address appears in print. We have room for only the concluding portion of it: Let there is yet a consideration to which your attention has not been invited. The systematic violation of all the laws of civilized warfare by the enemy has not been without its natural influence in inflaming our resentment and exciting towards him extreme hatred. He has no respect to the inviolability of private property or the personal liberty of non-combatants. He has made war upon innocent and defenceless old men, women, and children, by driving them as refugees from their homes, burning their dwellings, and taking from them their means of subsistence. He has employed in his service — in command of his armies — beasts in human sh