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The Daily Dispatch: October 24, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ne patriots, whose master passion is country, not self; worthy sons, brothers, and husbands of the truest and bravest women in the world, worthy to lay the foundations of the best and grandest Government in all the earth. We do not wish to be misunderstood. We detest and abhor the radicalism and red republicanism that has just shown us in the old United States how close akin they are to the most detestable Despotism. We trust that this new Government of ours will be a genuine representative Republic, not a Democracy; and no better model for each State in it could be found than the old Constitution of Virginia. This thing of letting everybody vote for everything is the source of all our present woes. Especially in the army must the gradations of rank be distinct and well defined, and the power of authority be supreme. We do not even advocate a very material increase of the pay of the private soldiers, for that would involve an expense which the country could not sustain, and,