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The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1863., [Electronic resource], The cavalry engagement on the Upper Rappahannock. (search)
tors among them, and some who have become conspicuous by their treason; but there have been traitors even in Eastern Virginia, who, if the enemy had got possession here as quickly and as thoroughly as in the West, would have rivalled Carille and Pierpont in their infamous notoriety — They are now compelled to paly the part of yankee in the grass; but no one who knows them doubts the part they would have played if the United States had obtained possession of Richmond at the time it occupied Wheeldeniable fact that, under no circumstances will the Confederate Government or the State of Virginia over surrender one foot of the soil of this Commonwealth. No peace will ever be made which does not recognize Virginia as "one and indivisible." Pierpont & Co. may enjoy their Seneho Panza authority for a time, and would better make the most of it as long as it lasts. But a day of reckoning is certain in the end, and their usurped authority will come to an ignoble end. Not even an acre of the Pa