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ed before the battle in Culpeper, and that he had used his best efforts to be kept out of the fight. He was informed that that was his misfortune, but it was not the fault of the Confederate Government. He was found in bad company, and now he must suffer the penalty, and thank Gen. Pope for being treated as a criminal, instead of as a prisoner. In Culpeper the citizens refused to take the oath as framed, but proposed to obligate themselves to do nothing against the United States, whilst they were within the enemy's lines. The Yankees acceded to their terms. Pope, or his officers affected to deny the authenticity of the orders attributed to him, and when some of the citizens waited on the Federal authorities to learn upon what terms, short of taking the oath, they were to be permitted to remain at their homes, the Federal officers refused to indicate, saying that a correspondence was going on between Lincoln and Davis upon the subject, and the matter would soon be developed.
cease to exist as a nation? Men of the North, now is the hour to decide that question. The Herald on the "Fresh Start." [From the New York Herald.] President Lincoln has the confidence of the country. No man doubts his honesty or his patriotism. Down to the recent seven days bloody battles near Richmond he may, perhaps,nd the war. Granted that it is an army of three hundred thousand men; we see no reason why it should be permitted to hold Virginia beyond the 1st of October. President Lincoln has the power and the means to put to flight and disperse this defiant rebel army within the next sixty days. Congress has invested him with absolute authori life and restore the health and integrity of the nation. With the free and full consent of our twenty-three millions of loyal people, Congress has given to President Lincoln these powers, means, and responsibilities of a temporary dictator; and our loyal people look to him with confidence for the most beneficent results to the co