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The Daily Dispatch: August 12, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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, to subjugate his native State, is all that he cares about now. How the mighty has fallen, and none to mourn his fate, or to do him honor! I am glad that Lincoln has put the army in the hands of McClellan. He is known here well. He is impetuous, vain and conceited, and flushed with the great victory he achieved in Western Virginia with an army of ten to our one, and renegade Virginians to help him. He is the man for our cool-headed, long-sighted, sensible Generals Beauregard, Johnston and Lee. Let not our people, however, in this great triumph, forget the proud monarch who failed to give God the glory when the people gave him the praise of godship, that he fell down dead and was eaten of dogs. As much confidence as I have in our President, our Generals and soldiers, I know we have a great Captain at the head of our army, who can never fail, and will never desert our standard as long as we look to Him. I am sorry to see that there are some few who are seeking to take all
Personal, --Among those who arrived at the Exchange yesterday, were Frank P. Buckner, Washington Artillery; Geo. V. Perrin, Albert W. Perrie, Md. John J. Nelms, Ala.; A. R. Lyster, Hagerstown, Md.; Alfred D. Merrick, do., Ex-Gov. Manning. S. C.; Hon. John Baxter, Dr. Fowlkes, P. B. Lee, Tenn.; General Walker, C. S. A.; R. W. Anderson, Ark.