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; and if she does, Sumter may look out. The scaling ladders are nearly done. Do you know what scaling ladders are? If not, I will not tell you now, but Major Anderson may. A report came to the city this morning by one of the pilot boats, that the ship-of war "Daniel Webster" was hovering about our harbor, and the impression is that she is trying to reinforce Major Anderson; but when They get a reinforcement into Sumter, they will have to slaughter a few of us; "that's so;" and, by the way, it would be a great piece of cruelty to reinforce Anderson, for it would only impose a very unpleasant duty on our people of having to slaughter so many morAnderson, for it would only impose a very unpleasant duty on our people of having to slaughter so many more. I heard on the street this morning a sage piece of advice given by an old African to his brother draymen, as they all sat lazily on their drays. It was this: ">Be not deceived." I, of course, knew not why the sable speaker uttered these words with such emphasis, but it occurred to me that I might, with equal propriety and
The Daily Dispatch: February 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], The surrender of the United States Arsenal at Little Rock. (search)
Steinmitz Gust off had Washington, slave in the employ of Jos. R. Anderson & Co., arrested for "assaulting and beating him." The proof did not sustain the charge, and the darkey was discharged by the Mayor yesterday.