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The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1862., [Electronic resource], The right of free speech Vindicated in Massachusetts. (search)
, and even let it be stolen, and stop my paper, and interrupt my business, and violate my Constitution, and starve and kill mysoldiers and of pure neglect, and gain only disaster and defeat for me by all this folly? And shall I say nothing! if I am to put up with this, and more, and say nothing or else be shut up by order of W. H. Seward, I want to know, seriously and calmly, what shall I right Jeff Davis for? What shall I fight Jeff. Davis for? What worse can he do to me than Seward or Stanton have done already? What, indeed — when their want of sense and want of energy have made him everything that he is? Lost money may be regained, lost armies may be replaced out of our swarms of men; but who shall give us back the time we have fooled away before the dirt heaps of Manassas? Expose a cup of clear water to the frost. Observe it, and even when the cold begins to fill its transparent substance with beautiful spicule of ice, if you agitate the mass it will not immediately freeze