Wait till we sleep a little longer!
A great many separate companies are accepted; all indeed that offer for three years or the war, provided they have arms — even double-barreled shot-guns and hunting rifles.
What a deal of annoyance and labor it will be to organize these into battalions, regiments, brigades, and divisions!
And then comes the appointment of staff and field officers.
This will be labor for the President.
But he works incessantly, sick or well.
We have an agent in Europe purchasing arms.
This was well thought on. And Capt. Huse is thought to be a good selection.
It will be impossible for Lincoln to keep all our ports hermetically sealed.
Hitherto improvident, it is to be hoped the South will now go to work upon her own resources.
We have plunged into the sea of revolution, and must, unaided, sink or swim.
The Yankees say they are going to subdue us in six months. What fools!
I tasted green corn to-day, and, although very fond of it, I touched it lig