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The Daily Dispatch: June 21, 1861., [Electronic resource], Affairs in Cincinnati — sentiment of the people, &c. (search)
Affairs in Cincinnati — sentiment of the people, &c. The Charleston Mercury publishes a letter, dated Cincinnati, June 12, from which we extract as follows: When the ninety days expire, a large number of volunteers, having seen quite enough of camp life, will return to their homes. The true secret is, they are discovering that the "protection of the American flag" is only a masked battery of Lincoln, from behind which he expects to subjugate the South. So far as I can learn, the people of Ohio do not engage heartily in such a warfare They know that without the trade of the Slave States, the West will be ruined. From what I have seen and heard in Indiana and this State. I am convinced they are getting very tired of the Lincoln blockade. The effects of the war and the blockade of the Mississippi and Ohio rivers, are last making the whole West bankrupt. Bacon and provisions are going to destruction for the want of purchasers. It is estimated that there are twenty