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The Daily Dispatch: may 20, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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State of affairs in New York — an Inside view — condition of the Northern troops. The following extract from a New York letter, received at this office, gives a view of affairs somewhat different from the representations of Northern newspapers: The Stock Exchange brokers of New York it is said, are nearly all Abolitionists, and some resort to all kinds of tricks to bolster up Lincoln's insane civil war. One of these devices is, that whenever John Brown Chase wants a new loan, they make fictitious sales, one with another, of United States bonds, at advanced prices, which never change hands. This is done to bring bidders for the new loan at high rates. The money spent on account of the war is recklessly wasted; everything is conducted in a loose and extravagant manner, and sticks in fat lumps to the palms of Black Republican jobbers, spoilsmen, camp followers and contractors, of course all for the sake of the Stars and Stripes. The terrorism proclaimed by Abolition mobs ha