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outh are gathering to defend her liberty, her institutions, her honor, and her very existence as a nation. But the sinews of war must be provided for this defence. Our Government must have money to clothe, feed and arm her soldiery. A wise plan has been enacted to obtain it. We call upon our fellow-citizens and friends to subscribe liberally of their next crop, to sustain the credit of our Government and afford the means for moving our army most promptly to victory. If "Cotton is King," let cotton come to the breach. If Georgia has the honor of having offered to the Government the largest number of volunteers of any of the original seven States, and of having the largest number now in the fleld — let the Empire State loan her crops as well as her sons to the Government. Let every Georgian do his duty. Nothing will tend more to discourage our enemies than for the planters of the South to subscribs without delay for the support of those who will fight bravely to defend th
The Daily Dispatch: June 19, 1861., [Electronic resource], Ordnance Department, Richmond.Va.,may 26, 1861. (search)
carriages arrived here yesterday and are being rapidly placed in position. There were several alarms last night. Company B, United States cavalry, under Lieut. Tompkins, went near Fairfax Court-House last night reconnoitering, but did not fall in with the Secessionists, who are reported to be in large force there The New York Eighth. Thirteenth and Twenty-Eighth Regiments are all encamped near the Sixty-Ninth Regiment. Washington,June 15--P. M.--A company of United States infantry, Capt King, passed over into Virginia this evening. Col. Stone has, it is said, reached Leesburg, Va., with the New York Ninth Regiment, his advance guard. What is thought at Washington. Washington, June 15 --The evacuation of Harper's Ferry has naturally awakened increased interest here as to the next movement of Confederate troops, and the mind is instinctively directed to Manassas Junction. The present plans and purposes of the War Department are matters of speculation, but it i