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The Daily Dispatch: September 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Presidential campaign at the North. (search)
re, not crow too loudly until after the results of the Vermont and Maine elections shall have been made known. The friends of "Little Mac" should be at work there, and not blowing their horns over a victory which yet remains to be won. How M'Clellan's nomination was received. The following dispatches show the spirit of rejoicing through the North over McClellan's nomination: Kingston, N. Y., September 1.--The Democrats of Kingston are having a large meeting here tonight. Addressear to be simply one for negroes and not white men — for abolition and not Union. All other Democrats, and tens of thousands of undeceived and patriotic Republicans, will rally under a different banner — for the Union and the Constitution. M'Clellan and his friends. The committee to notify General McClellan and Mr. Pendleton of their nominations are to meet in New York on the 8th of September. The Herald, alluding to the whereabouts of the General, says: There was a rumor current