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The Daily Dispatch: January 9, 1865., [Electronic resource] 20 0 Browse Search
Joseph T. Derry , A. M. , Author of School History of the United States; Story of the Confederate War, etc., Confederate Military History, a library of Confederate States Military History: Volume 6, Georgia (ed. Clement Anselm Evans) 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 26, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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eir capital — and they will soon find that his heart is not softened or his savage instincts changed. Apparently, Mayor Arnold is of this last opinion. The name of Arnold, highly respectable as it is in Europe, where it has been borne by more tArnold, highly respectable as it is in Europe, where it has been borne by more than one person of distinction in arms, in literature, and in science, seems, on this continent, destined to be linked with perpetual infamy. An Arnold was the solitary traitor of the old revolution. An Arnold is the first person in office of this wArnold was the solitary traitor of the old revolution. An Arnold is the first person in office of this who has basely gone over to the enemy. We publish this man's address to-day. We believe that the people of Georgia are as brave and as high-spirited as any people whatever. No troops have fought better in this war than her's, and none have showArnold is the first person in office of this who has basely gone over to the enemy. We publish this man's address to-day. We believe that the people of Georgia are as brave and as high-spirited as any people whatever. No troops have fought better in this war than her's, and none have shown higher and greater qualities. The names of her officers are household words in Virginia. Hardee and Gordon, and a hundred others — where are there prouder names? The heart of the people is right, and they will spurn, we are persuaded, the recom
citizens. The Savannah Republican says that, in pursuance of a call from Mayor Arnold, a large meeting of influential citizens of Savannah was held on the 28th ul "matters relating to the present and future welfare of the city." On motion, Dr. Arnold was unanimously called to the chair, and addressed the meeting. The folled to furnish Brigadier-General Geary with a copy of the resolutions. Mayor Arnold's Speech at the peace meeting. The following were the remarks of the May for you to appoint a chairman of this meeting." Feeding the poor. Mayor Arnold has divided the city into wards, for the purpose of distributing food to the corn meal, 25 barrels white beans, 350 barrels hard bread. [L. S.] R. D. Arnold, Mayor of Savannah, H. C. Freeman, John S. Villalonga, H. Brigham, the use of the suffering and destitute inhabitants of this city. "[L. S.] R. D. Arnold, "Mayor of Savannah. "Attest: Joseph Gugel,Clerk of Council."