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The Daily Dispatch: June 14, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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soldier, and so on, which is somewhat remarkable after declaring for the supersedure of old Abe's tinkering Abolition experiments by the mode provided in the Constitution, But what means the sixth resolution, which calls for harmony in the councils of the administration, and approves only those officials whose sentiments and conduct are in full accord with the Valliant measures of the Administration? Is this a shot at Mr. Seward, or at the Blair family, of at the inoffensive old man, Attorney Gen Bates. Why Hannibal Hamlin was set sails, and why Andrew Johnson was of all men regarded as the man for Vice President, we do not present to understand — Johnson having been down to the rebellion, a regular dyed in the wool Southern Democrat. It may have been supposed that his name would give strength to Old Abe among the old line War Democracy, and contributes at the same time to encourage the leading politicians of the rebellions States to Shandon the unprofitable drudgery of Jeff Da