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Inhaltsangabe: The following are a few of the notices given by the public press to this work in its first edition: ?It is invaluable as the only account of the most fiendish act of the war that is in a form to be preserved.??Colonel A. K. MCCLURE, in the Chambersburg ?Franklin Repository,? Sept. 28, 1864. ?To readers of every class we take great pleasure in commending this truthful narrative as a valuable contribution to the history of the war.... The incidents of the burning are detailed by Dr. Schneck with a vividness which makes his account of that barbarous transaction as graphic as it is authentic.??Editor of Washington ?National Intelligencer,?Oct. 6. ?The source from which it proceeds carries with it sufficient authority as to the correctness of its statements. It will be read generally with interest and will doubtless receive a large circulation.???German Reformed Messenger,? Oct. 5. ?This little book should be read by every Pennsylvanian. The scenes therein so simply and yet so touchingly depicted, have no parallel for horror in any war among civilized nations except our own.??Pittsburg?Evening Chronicle,? Oct. 14. ?I rejoice that this little book has met so rapid a sale, though I anticipated nothing less, as it is certainly one of the most thrilling narratives I have ever read. I shall send for a number of copies to be distributed here.??Rev. Dr. W. B. SPRAGUE, Albany, N. Y., in a letter to the author, Nov. 1, 1864.
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