15.-rebel views of peace.
Two years hence.
Richmond, June 16.
In two years, as many persons hope, we may possibly have peace — that is, always provided we continue to repulse and defeat the invading enemy.
The Yankee democracy is certainly rousing itself and preparing for a new struggle (at the ballot-box) in the great cause of the spoils, or, as they call it, the cause of constitutional liberty.
Those Democrats are evidently beginning to raise a peace platform for their next Presidential election; and if they have the good luck to be helped on and sustained by more and more serious disasters of the Yankee army in the field, there is no doubt that the present devourers of the said spoils at Washington may soon be so discredited and decried that our enemy's country would be ripe for such peaceful ballot-box revolution.
It is sincerely to be hoped that those earnest champions of constitutional freedom will be help.
ed on and sustained in the manner they require,