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George Meade, The Life and Letters of George Gordon Meade, Major-General United States Army (ed. George Gordon Meade) 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: February 4, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Binney, Horace, I, 316. Birney, David B., I, 362, 363, 385; II, 56, 59, 73, 77-79, 84, 86, 95, 127, 128, 130, 176,188-190,209,215, 235, 326-328, 333, 339, 399, 409, 410, 417. Birney, Mrs. David B., II, 235. Blair, Austin, I, 216. Blair, Montgomery, I, 12, 381. Blake, J. E., I, 51, 81, 144. Bliss, W. S., I, 131. Bliss, Z. R., II, 266, 349. Blount, II, 163. Blucher, Count, I, 105. Bohlen, Henry, I, 191; II, 306. Bond, Mr., II, 190. Bories, I, 9, 48. Botts, Jno. Minor, II, 150. Bourtakoff, Capt., II, 161. Bowen, Edward R., II, 164. Bragg, Braxton, I, 196; II, 136, 148, 151, 154, 201. Branch, Gen., I, 287-289, 294. Brewster, Wm. R., II, 83. Bristoe, Va., Campaign, Oct., 1863, II, 153-155, 163, 198, 369-371. Brockenborough, J. M., II, 47, 49, 52. Brooke, Gen., II, 86. Brooks, Gen., I, 228, 341. Brooks, Gen., II, 309, 310. Brooke, J. R., II, 288. Brown, Mrs., II, 192. Brown, Jacob, I, 75, 76, 81, 84. Brown, T.
Foreigners appealed to as a class--Mr. Bottstheir Flatterer. We do not remember so remarkable an instance of inconsistency as that of Mr. Jno. M. Botts' sudden change of relations towards foreigners. On Saturday night he bestowed upon them fulsome eulogies. Our own reporter, whose report is corroborated by a number of intelligent gentlemen, represents him as saying that as a member of the Know Nothing party he had thought the country was safer in the hands of Natives than Foreigners; but things had changed. He now had to call on foreigners to save the Union from desecration and destruction at the hands of the descendants of those who established the Government. He expressed his confidence in the foreigners and their readiness to save the Union. He took back all he had said hostile to them, and he did not believe he should ever say a word against them. When it is remembered that only five years since, Mr. Botts used every effort in his power to disfranchise foreigners —