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The Daily Dispatch: October 27, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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Needs an Owner. --A negro fellow, who gave his name as Sydnor Johnston, who says he is from the State of Alabama, and that he is a free negro, but without a register, was captured by the police and brought before the Mayor yesterday on charge of having a lot of blankets, supposed to be stolen. After a hearing he was sent to prison, to be taken care of for the present.
whom it was perfectly natural to sell himself and his country for gold. Dr. Johnson, we believe it was, who said the Devil was the first rebel. He might have added that Judas Iscariot was the first Yankee. But there is something horribly unnatural in a Virginia-born man turning against his country for gold. At the same time that Thomas advances against Bragg, we are told by the Yankee papers, there is to be a general advance everywhere. Grant or somebody else is to advance against Johnston, and Meade is to advance against Lee. Never, according to their veracious organs, was the prospect of crushing the rebellion so bright. We are to be pressed up into a small space, and annihilated before the mud comes on — that is before the first of December. We should probably feel some degree of alarm at these terrible threats had we not heard them two months ago, just before Rosecrans advanced upon Atlanta and stopped at Chattanooga, and Meade advanced upon Richmond to fall back on Wash