the mobocracy may as well be quiet.
Baltimore is now at the mercy of our guns, and Maryland is one of the most vulnerable States in the Union.
The Mississippi Baptist, after describing the war policy of President Lincoln with reference to the Confederate States, adds:
If he carries out this policy fully, we see no alternaationality.
Now confiding in the justice of her cause, and looking to the Ruler of the Universe, she can calmly and hopefully await the result.
The Tennessee Baptist is strongly in favor of secession.
Rev. J. R. Graves, its principal editor, just returned from a journey through the South, says:--I learned something more aboutnlightenment, religion, urbanity, and high-toned principles of its people, will claim and receive the respect, admiration, and esteem of the world.
The South Western Baptist, of Alabama, says:
Well, the war is upon us!
We have exhausted every effort for peace which duty and honor demand.
Our peace offerings are spurned,