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The Daily Dispatch: May 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], The War News — Grant Quiet — Another Reverse for Butler on the Southside — the battles in Louisiana, &c. (search)
arted from his fanaticism by the cry of the millions who now mourn silently, but who will one day swell the inevitable chorus of broken hearts, appealing to God for vengeance upon those that wrought their sorrow. Think not, you fanatic, you who have filled your houses with pieces stained with the blood of your countrymen, you who have driven your brethren like bullocks to the slaughter pens, that you might build your fortunes and feed your ambition upon their carcasses, think not that Nemesis will forget the day of reckoning. It is you, meddlers with the social system of your fellow men; it is you demagogues, who have nursed convulsion that you might grasp power out of chaos; it is you heartless mercenaries, who are now learning and upon the wealth realized by your country's agony! it is you, that the people will call to account in the hour of retribution. A correspondent of the News, writing from Washington, says: No reliable account of the battle of Spotsylvania