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The Daily Dispatch: April 18, 1864., [Electronic resource], Yankee vessel Blown up by a Torpedo. (search)
ought to be commenced, or that there was cause for it; but, being in it, he thought we ought to fight it through, and therefore he always voted for men and money. It was only a difference of opinion as to conducting that war. Mr. Orth (Un., Ind.) commenced a speech, but at 5½ gave way for a recess until 7 o'clock. At 7 o'clock Mr. Orth resumed his remarks, saying the issue was made in the Indiana campaign of 1862. His Democratic colleagues, in and out of the Convention, claimed thaake their speeches accordingly. Let us fight the traitors, North and South, in and out of this hall. Let us not lay down our arms until the Star Spangled Banner shall everywhere be unburied and respected throughout our land. Mr. Dumont, (Un Ind,) in the course of his remarks in support of the resolution for expulsion, said when Mr. Long wanted to win a warm place in the heart and affections of Fernando Wood, the only way was really to show that he was a traitor. Mr. Amos Myers (Pa.)