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The Daily Dispatch: August 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Hospital supplies for the Army of the Northwest. (search)
his Baltimore friends shall take place in a fortnight. Now this Mathias Point can be taken by two or three regiments with the loss of one hundred men, and held by the aid of two or three steamers. Two weeks hence it cannot be taken with a loss of one thousand men, and no steamers can approach to aid the attack, as they are erecting formidable batteries of rifled cannon. The Blight of Abolitionism. The New York correspondent of the New Orleans Picayune, in a letter dated August 3d, adverts to the infamous falsehoods published by the Abolition press, which found a multitude of believers previous to the battle of Manassas, and says: Believing thus, they determined at once that the South should be thrashed, and the men and money were quickly forthcoming to do it. But have they done it? Let the thunders of Bull Bun answer! They found no "divided sentiment there!" They failed to discover the oft declared "weakness" there! They found no slaves in arms against the