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weeks since I saw him, if he can be induced to accept the property of his mother and sister, even if retained by order of your Excellency. In his previous life he has been upright and honorable, and never was known to appropriate the possessions of others; and I feel sure this generous attempt to supply him with the means of subsistence will be most indignantly rejected. If this is not the case, he has indeed degenerated. Respectfully, Mas. H. M. Bradford. U. S. Ship Ohio, Boston, June 1, 1861. To his Excellency Gov. Letcher--Sir: I have received from my wife copies of her correspondence with you. I had myself written several letters to former friends in Norfolk in relation to the property, but declined making any application to the State authorities; yet when informed by my wife that she had done so, I did not doubt that immediate restoration would be ordered ; for, while I have seen enough to destroy all confidence in the integrity and honor, personal and official, with fe
43. war song. Dedicated to the Massachusetts regiments. by W. W. Story. To the Editor of the N. Y. Tribune. Sir: Will you give a place in your columns to this song? As I am too far away to shoulder a musket, let me at least sead my voice over the water with a cheer for Liberty and the North. W. W. story. Rome, June 1, 1861. Up with the Flag of the Stripes and the Stars! Gather together from plough and from loom! Hark to the signal!--the music of wars Sounding for tyrants and traitors their doom. March, march, march, march! Brothers unite — rouse in your might, For Justice and Freedom, for God and the Right! Down with the foe to the land and the laws! Marching together our country to save, God shall be with us to strengthen our cause, Nerving the heart and the hand of the brave. March, march, march, march! Brothers unite — rouse in your might, For Justice and Freedom, for God and the Right! Flag of the Free! under thee we will fight, Shoulder to shoulder, our face to the fo