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The Daily Dispatch: September 30, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 2 Browse Search
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Talking and fighting. --Thomas Francis Meagher, in a letter to a friend in Hartford; declining an invitation to that city, says that he is going to the war, that "talking is over fight is the word." and declares that the hope, of the oppressed of all nations depend upon preserving the integrity of the United States and putting down this rebellion. Mr. Thos. F. Meagher was a rebel in his own country against a Government which exercised no such lawless despotism as that of Abraham Lincoln. Probably, it was in that relation that he discovered that "fighting" is: better "word" than "talking." If "talking" could have accomplished anything for a cause, Ireland would have been independent long ago. That Mr. Thomas Francis Meagher and his colleagues did not talk Queen Victoria and the British Government to death, in the last Irish rebellion, is a clear demonstration, that the jawbone of an ass is only a dangerous instrument when wielded by a Samson. An Mr. Thomas Francis Meagrer is
untlerey, New Mexico, though it was impossible to anticipate what new hostile movements a day might bring forth. An immense audience assembled last night in Music Hall, Boston, on the occasion of a demonstration complimentary to Captain Thomas Francia Meagher. Gov. Andrews presided, and in a brief but highly complimentary address introduced Capt. Meagher to the assemblage. Bills of indictment for treason and piracy will be presented to-day before the grand jury of the U. States CircuiCapt. Meagher to the assemblage. Bills of indictment for treason and piracy will be presented to-day before the grand jury of the U. States Circuit Court in Philadelphia, against portions of the crews of the Jeff. Davis and Fetrel. A bomb has been invented in Cincinnati which contains nine explosive shells, and these nine shells contain each a number of explosive bullets. It is said to be the most destructive and death-dealing-article of war which has yet been tried. In council, the Mayor submitted a copy of a letter received from Capt. Jno. Vickers, the Provost Marshal of Alexandria, Va., stating that the flags prevented by