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The Daily Dispatch: January 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: April 8, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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lowing article in the New York Herald, that we were not far wrong in conjecturing that the Federal army of 660,974 consisted, to a large extent of "men on paper." Brooks's intimation that Cameron is pocketing the pay and rations of the supernumeraries, may be the means of procuring that gentleman a free ticket to Fort Lafayette: Booby Brooks Giving Aid and Comfort to the Enemy.--While the Abolition journals, on one hand, are openly assailing the Government or undermining it by covert acts because it will not make the war a war of emancipation, one of the Secession journals in this city, which by some mistake was not swept away by the Secretary of State Freeman's Journal, is laboring hard to damage the Administration, by the most outrageous attacks upon its integrity. We allude to the recent articles of Booby Brooks, of the Express, in which he says the 700,000 troops mentioned in the report of Mr. Cameron, Secretary of War; as having been raised by the Government to carry
ere they? [Voices-- "Copperheads," "waiters" "conservative politicians." [Laughter.] They could not be Democratic politicians. Now, he would like to hear Andrew Jackson say a few words to such politicians who now call themselves Democrats. [A voice — He would hang them] No, he would not have the opportunity, he could not catch them. [Loud laughter.] He described these men as descendants in a direct line from Judas Iscariot, into married with Benedict Arnold. [Applause, and cries of "Booby Brooks," "Fernando Wood," &c. A voice — He knows them all. Laughter.] He understood that there was a man in New York who professed not to know the meaning of the word loyalty--[Cries of "Wood, Wood," and hisses]--but he would say that it was the duty of every man to be loyal to the Government, to sustain it, and to pardon its errors if it commits any. The course of the Government was onward. The mower mows or, though the adder may writhe and the copperhead crawl around the blade of the myths.