s — let us be up and doing.
(Cheers.) Let me give you this piece of information: I understand since I came here that General Scott has sent word to this city that the capital is in danger, and that volunteers are wanted, orders or no orders.
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Mr. Raymond--At 10 o'clock, I learn, from the foot of Canal street. (Three cheers were given for General Scott, and three for the Baltic.) Fellow-citizens, I believe that we have a Government at Washington on which we can rely, Orleans gave peace and harmony to the country at once, and proved to the world that whether fighting under Washington or Scott, against a foreign enemy, or under Jackson or Lincoln (cheers) against domestic foes, the people of this enlightened land on the ocean, besides thousands of adopted citizens.
Well, the war ensued.
He had been everywhere in that war with General Scott--(cheers)--consequently he had seen the Stars and Stripes floating proudly in the breeze, enveloped in smoke, while t