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The Daily Dispatch: October 5, 1861., [Electronic resource], The tools of the Administration is Kentucky. (search)
oo correctly appreciate him, and who ridicule his pretensions, even while they are annoyed by them; and, acting as the tool of others as bad and almost as weak he is, he has succeeded in rendering himself at once notorious and infamous by the part he has played in the introduction of Federal guns into the State, which he covered up, to some extent, behind pledges which have been violated and promises never meant to be performed. Brigadier General William Nelson. Bill Nelson--Lieutenant Bill Nelson, of the Navy--Brigadier General William Nelson, of the United States Army is, I am sorry to say, a native Kentuckians who has been attached for a number of years to the Navy, but who has never fired a gun in defence of his flag, and never will — a man of Falstaffian proportions, tastes, and instincts. If such a man could have feelings and sympathies, they would be with the South; but Nelson has neither, and looks not beyond the perquisites of his late employment, which have been con