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The Daily Dispatch: July 31, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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$10 reward Will be paid for my boy Pleasant, who ranaway on the 20th inst. if delivered to me at my house or to Mr. Rector Davis in the city of Richmond Pleasant is about 18 years old — dare color. not black; very large eyes speaks pleasantly where spoken to, and is supposed to be waiting on soldiers about some of the camps near the city. W S. Austin Hanover, July 4 1861. Jy 21--3tawtf
but a little later, Mr. Stephens, the Vice President of the Confederate States, in a public speech, which was published in the North and in the South, said: "Our object is peace, not only with the North, but with the world. All matters relating to the public property, public liabilities of the Union when we were members of it, we are ready and willing to adjust and settle upon the principles of right, equality, and good faith." In his message to Congress on the 29th of April President Davis reiterated these sentiments, saying: "We protest solemnly, in the face of man kind, that we desire peace at any sacrifice, save that of honor. "In independence we seek no conquest, no aggrandizement, no cession of any kind from the States with which we have lately confederated. All we ask is to be let alone — that those who never held power over us shall not now attempt our subjugation by arms This we will, we must resist, to the direst extremity. "The moment that this p