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The Daily Dispatch: may 21, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Fremont and Halleck. --We take the following from a recent letter of Russell to the London Times: As this war proceeds it involves a diversity of ideas and principles in the great "band" which is fighting for the Union. The South is tolerably homegeneins; the North is actuated by motives as diverse and various as those which actuated the leaders of the Holy Alliance. But there was no difference between the Czer and Pressian King as wide as that which separates Halieck from Fremont. The latter is, indeed, favored above all men, because he is an incarnation of faith to millions--"the substance of things hoped for-- evidence of things not seen"--so he is fated and besworded and berhymed, because he represents an undeveloped idea. When he was removed from his command the officers of one of his regiments assembied and voted that he was a good General and ought not tobe removed. To Americans, save those in the regular army, that proceeding does not appear remarkable. Just