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Death of Ben McCulloch the rebel chief was struck by a minie rifle-ball in his left breast, but lived several hours after. A letter from the camp says: "He died of his wounds about eleven o'clock the same night, though he insisted that he was not born to be killed by a Yankee. "A few minutes before he expired, his physician assured him he had but a very brief time to live. At this Ben looked up incredulously, and saying, ? hell!' turned away his head and never spoke after." Lansing Republican, April 2. Paradise among the letters found in the rebel camp at Roanoke Island, was one from a young lady in the south to her lover in the rebel army, Ln which she says: "I hope we shall see each other again here; but if we do not, I hope we shall meet in heaven, where there will be no Yankees." Cincinnati Gazette, March 18. 146 ...


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