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l in regard to the fight at Sharpsburg, on the 17th inst, I think it may not prove altogether uninteresting to some of your readers to have a statement of facts, which, though not complete, yet you may rely upon them so far as they go; On Sunday, the 14th, the corps of Longstreet was encamped near Hagerstown, between that place and a village called Funkstown. The artillery of Gen. Pendleton, and the battalion to which I am attached, commanded by Col. S. D. Lee, encamped on Saturday, the 13th, near the latter village, and remained there till Sunday afternoon, at 4 o'clock. Up to this time the army (I mean the body of it) were evidently under the impression that we would soon go into Pennsylvania. Why we did not go on faster was a matter of frequent inquiry; but such was the confidence in our Generals that no distrust existed, and no sort of anxiety on the subject. The army bad preserved the greatest caution in Maryland in regard to private property — much more so than in Virgini
The emancipation proclamation. Lincoln on his proclamation — the Absurdity of issuing one--the Pope's Bull against the comet — Lincoln fears to trust his slaves. A public meeting of "Christians of all denomination," was held at Chicago on the 7th inst., and a memorial in favor of "national emancipation" adopted, and a committee sent to Washington to lay it before the President. On the 13th Lincoln received them, and listened with "fixed attention" to the reading of the memorial, and also to the reading of a similar document signed by the German citizens of Chicago. The committee thus officially report the result of their efforts and the President's answer: The President's answer — Divine Revelations. The subject presented in the memorial is one upon which I have thought much for weeks past, and I may even say for months. I am approached with the most opposite opinions and advice, and that by religious men, who are equally certain that they represent the D<