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The Daily Dispatch: April 15, 1863., [Electronic resource], Reported fighting on the Rappahannock. (search)
that "Old Abe" and the Republican party have not lost ground in Washington as fast as the Congressional burial-ground has lost statuary. It will be some time before "my boys" will go home "honorably." They will have to modify their intense admiration of beautiful statuary in graveyards. The conscription Act in Vallandigham's District. The following is a letter taken from the person of an Ohio cavalryman, captured at Danville. It is from the brother of the prisoner; is post-marked Ash Hedge, Ohio; and this extract from it may give our readers some idea of the sentiment of the Democracy of Vallandigham's District: "Bill Davis has been at home two weeks. I don't know whether he has a parole or not. I had entertained the hope to see you soon. You are perfectly aware of what you are fighting for and I would ask, is that what you enlisted for? It is not; then there is nothing compulsory or binding to make you stay. You enlisted for the sole purpose of defending our Governm