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The Daily Dispatch: April 15, 1863., [Electronic resource], Reported fighting on the Rappahannock. (search)
o eat; but they undauntedly tolled on, and, by their skill and unremitting labor, saved the vessel. The peace party of the North. Below we give some extracts from a speech of some length and of no ordinary power and boldness, written by Ben Wood, and, by content, published in the Congressional Globs. The fact that such a speech can be calculated in the United States and such editorials be published as those from which we have published extracts, can now be spoken and written with impunity, and their authors go unpunished, evidences a marked and important change, favorable to us, in public opinion, and in the policy of the Government. Among other things, Mr. Wood said: It is habitual to throw the weight of responsibility for our impotence upon the Administration and its Generals. Imbecility and iceman potence have indeed, been sufficient and conspicuous but not to these do I attribute the failure, the alter, unequivocal, and irredeemable failure of our enterprise of con