s hence, except that the woods will be filled with more graves, and there will be more "United States National Cemetaries" scattered over the land.
His next reign, too, will be little different from his last.
The Yankees will have the same senseless proclamations; the same grand preparations, to end in defeat; and the same list of "little jokes," interspersed here and there with wholesale orders for more coffins for those same voters who deposited their ballots on Tuesday for "Lincoln and Johnson," The New York World has an editorial on the results of the last campaign contrasting its expectations and its results.
It is clear that the campaign against Richmond, begun on the 7th of May and continued through six months, has ended in failure.
If General Grant dared not hazard a battle last Friday in a position of his own choosing in front of the enemy's works, he will not run the risk of attacking them in their works.
It is plain, then, that he cannot take Petersburg