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The Daily Dispatch: September 9, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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sire it, the most degraded creature that ever crawled upon the earth; a vile ingrate to the martyred dead, a foul traitor to the race, the State, the church, the family, the honor and the happiness of his own native land; a traitor to his own wife, and to the honor and safety of his own hearthstone; false not only to every relation, human and Divine, but even to himself. Traitors we have had in the last as in the first Revolution; Judas Iscariots there have been many in the church, and Benedict Arnolds in the State, but never did a political traitor merit so black a doom as that of the reprobate who will dare to whisper in his dreams of reconstructing the old Union. The solemn earnestness, the clear and irrevocable purpose of the South must be thoroughly understood abroad before we can expect recognition by European powers. Every tie with the North must be broken; industrial, social and commercial bonds between the two sections must be snapped like the withes which bound Samson;