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oubt exercised a great influence upon the enemy. I am, very respectfully and sincerely, yours, George B. McClellan, Major-General, U. S. Army. Southern view of the Situation at the North. The New York Herald, of the has an article on the New York elections, in which it of the progress of liberty in this it and the success of the Republican party in New York, and appeals to the "people" to avert the calamity. It says: Here we are in the great Empire State of North America--the State of New York--scarcely four score years after wringing our freedom from the grasp of the tyrant King of England, deliberately proposing to surrender it our own free choice to a tyranny more odious and far more fanatical. The very fact of such a man as Wadsworth being offered as candidate for Governor of this State speaks volumes of our retrograde movement, and indicates the fearfully rapid rate with which we are currying headlong to political destruction. If we continue much
The Daily Dispatch: October 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], Losses of the Louisiana Guard Artillery, Capt. E. D' Aquin. (search)
t all might yet be well; but "the last link is broken" that bound me to a Government for which my ancestors fought, and, whatever may be the course of others, I shall feel it my duty to encourage the most persevering and determined resistance against the tyrants and usurpers of the Federal. Administration, who have blasted our hopes and are cruelly seeking to destroy the last vestige of freedom among us. If you would save yourselves from a species of carnage un xampled in the history of North America, but unequivocally invited in Mr. Lincoln's proclamation, let every man who is able to fight buckle on his armor, and, without awaiting the slow and tedious process of conscription, at once volunteer to aid in the struggle against him. The race is not always to the swift nor the battle to the strong, and it cannot, in the nature of thing; be possible that a just God will prosper the efforts of a man or a Government which has hypocritically pretended to wage war in behalf of the Constitut