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The Daily Dispatch: may 10, 1861., [Electronic resource], Can the South support a Government? (search)
e. "We tell that malignant and blood-thirsty miscreant, that the blood of the first Democrat of the Granite State that shall be shed by a Black Republican mob in this contest, will be avenged by all the Democrats of the Granite State. Beware of the entertainment to which you are inviting your countrymen at home, by your barbarous and bloody counsels. It is enough to have a sectional civil war. Beware how you instigate a war of factions at home." The N. H. Patriot says that in Saco, Maine, a large mob surrounded the office of the Democrat, and demanded that a flag should be raised on peril of the destruction of the office! The editor was absent, but a few resolute friends successfully resisted all their attempts to enter the office, and after much disgraceful rioting, they left without accomplishing their purpose. The Democrat says: "We advise all Democrats of York county, while they stand by the country and its laws, to put their fire-arms of all descriptions in t