ork city." But, stop a moment.
Is Jersey to escape entirely, and is nothing to be done for her?
Is the Camden and Amboy Railroad to be allowed to make money out of the transportations of the Confederate as well as from the Federal troops?
Will Jeff. Davis allow a railroad despotism under his very nose?
Have Thos. Dunn English and his peace meetings disgusted the South, and is Jersey never to be noticed?
Poor Jersey is left out in the cold.
Her foreign soil is to be respected.
The Confederr notice.
Imagine the Tribune suppressed and the Times denied the mails; the Day Book itself again and the Daily News revived; the Journal of Commerce with its old editor returned, and the Express demonstrating daily that it had always advocated Davis.
Fancy the banks guaranteeing the Confederate popular loan, and the shoddy manufacturers putting in bids for the rebel clothing contracts.
Imagine the forts in our harbor all Fort Sumtered, and Commodore Vanderbilt's fleet transformed into priv