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The Daily Dispatch: February 19, 1864., [Electronic resource], The address of Congress to the people of the Confederate States. (search)
The recent news (foreign) from beyond Mason & Dixon contained some items worthy of note. Bennett, of the corrupt Herald, who always turns his back upon the setting sun that he may be ready to ould doubt; but its defeat at the polls is not so certain. It must be confessed, however, that Bennett's denunciations are generally significant. He never exfoliates from a party in power until it is well known, and his desertion of old Abe under the hypocritical plea of his dishonesty (oh, Bennett!) is discouraging to his prospects. We learn from Washington dates of the 9th February thaat the end of the war at four thousand millions. It is already about three thousand millions. Bennett thinks if Lincoln is re-elected it will be swollen to six thousand millions before the war is eears for proposing prospective emancipation at the South. A third party of expectant, of which Bennett is one, is deserting him to rally under some one who has, as they suppose, better prospects of