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The Daily Dispatch: August 21, 1862., [Electronic resource], The Daily Times farther explains its "Buoyancy." (search)
pprehension," &c., it would stamp itself as a wilful deceiver; for, through long months of last year, it cried "traitor," "Secessionist," "Southern sympathizer," at those who did rightly apprehend, "the actual and possible power of the rebels." We told the truth last year, and that we were not in "error" was even then made manifest by the fact that William H. Seward sent armed men to our office, and locked us up in Fort Lafayette, and that, while we were there locked up for publishing the Freeman's Appeal, the same W. H. Seward excused himself for not interfering with Russell, of the London Times, by quoting Jefferson's words, that " error may safely be tolerated so long as reason is left free to combat it!" Russell's error, it thus appears, saved him, while our freedom from "error" made certain officials think that our words could not "safely be tolerated" by the policy that those words opposed. The little men of the Daily Times referring to their most obtuse ignorance of what