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prinkled plentifully upon things that his hands touched, and things that entered into his daily existence. And that fury of ideas also came to him slowly, which is more implacable than the fury of men, for men have heart, and opinion has none. It took him likewise some time to learn that the Jayhawkers’ system of savi

ng the union was a system of brutal force, which bewailed not even that which it crushed; and it belied its doctrine by its tyranny, stained its arr

ogated right by its violence, and dishonored its vaunted struggles by its executions. But blood is as contag

ious as air. The fever of civil war has its delirium. When the Guerrilla awoke he was a giant! He took in, as

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at al l times during these two years 1.7 A
there were Redlegs from old Jim Lane’s army 1.8 A
crossi ng to Missou ri, stealing every 1 A
thing they could g et their hands on, 1.1 A
drivi ng stock, in sulting innocent w 1.2 A
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se which sheltered him had to be burned; the father who succored him had to be butchered; the mother who prayed for him had to be insulted; the sister who carried him food had to be imprisoned; the neighborhood which witnessed his combats had to be laid waste; the comrade shot down b

y his side had to be put to death as a wild beast—and he lifted up the black flag in self-defense and fought as became a free man and a hero. Much obloquy has been cast upon the Guerrilla organization because in its name bad men plundered the helpless, pillaged the friend a

nd foe alike, assaulted non-combatants and murdered the unresisting and the innocent. Such devils’ work was not Guerrilla work. It fitted all too well the hands of those cowards crouching in the rear of either army and courageous only where women defended what remained to themselves a

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