t or the hidden and less respectable enemy in our midst; for the latter of whom we take this opportunity to express our most hearty scorn and contempt.
3. "Resolved, That, after calmly considering the present situation of affairs in the Confederate States, we can see little cause, if any, for losing confidence in our final success; but, on the contrary, much on which to congratulate ourselves.
In the beginning of the war--four years ago — we were a peaceful, unwarlike people, following quie that dutiful children should owe their father; that we will always follow wherever he may direct, and assure him, at all times, of our hearty support and co-operation.
7. "Resolved, That we invite all organizations in the armies of the Confederate States to come forward and show to the world, by an express on of their sentiments, their unalterable purpose and determination to conquer an honorable peace.
8. "Resolved, That the secretary furnish a copy of these resolutions, and the procee