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The Daily Dispatch: January 17, 1862., [Electronic resource], George N. Sanders to the Democracy of the Northwest Fragment of the late United States. (search)
nment, if it were tyrannical against the American colonies, was at least dignified at home. The French revolution was holy in comparison with this abolition crusade both by its multiplied and awful, provocations and by its aims, for, though blindly directed, it heroically struck out for citizens' rights, while the North is basely, madly, trampling them under foot. This day was made holy nearly half a century ago by the flow of Southern blood in defence of neutral rights. To-day the truckling traitors to the Constitution of the once United States, stultifying the nations historic policy by a brigand violation of those acknowledged international rights, have been driven to a merited humiliation, and at this hour, the once haughty flag-which received its immortal baptism in Southern song is trailing in the dust before a Jeering world. The Nemesis of Destiny will yet snatch from their desecrated hands the star spangled banner" and all its heraldic glories. Geo. N. Sandees.