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orts as to make a collision impossible; but as this was not done, to leave matters in statu quo. He is for peace by all honorable means, and never advocated the coercion of the Southern States.
How could he draw the sword Virginia presented him against her?
He is greatly distressed at the unhappy condition of the country.
I have this from an army officer, who saw General Scott yesterday.
Anderson is not a Kentuckian, but a native of Buckingham county, Virginia.
He married a lady of Georgia, and owns a large landed and slave property there.
Some say Seward is going to give up his peace propositions, for the present, at least. --The Republicans are playing a deep game.
First, to let the country get into the very jaws of war, and then to rescue it, and so claim great credit — thus saving their party by rallying the whole North to its support, whether the South accepts its proposals or not. Have they not held back until it is too late?
Meantime the Democrats are not wi