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The Daily Dispatch: December 9, 1862., [Electronic resource], A meeting of "Southern Men" in New York. (search)
rleston Mercury, of the 22d inst: "Certain individuals, hailing from the South, publish in the New York papers a card calling a 'Union War Meeting.' Among the names, 27 in number, signed to the 'call' are the following: Waiter S. Carr and J. M. Bird from South Carolina; 'Hon' Philip Frazer, C. L. Robinson, Jos. Remington, John S. Sammis, and Wm. Offatt, from Florida." Lest there be any one who may be led to believe that those men named as hailing from Florida are Southerners I desireass of low men, of hoggish qualities, that a gentleman would keep standing at his door while he dispatched business with him. Of Offutt I knew nothing; but from the crowd he appears in I have no doubt that he, together with Walter Carr and J. M. Bird, who profess to hail from S. C., is "a bird of the same feather," and hatched in the same nest. Whatever of means or temporary position those men from Jacksonville, Florida, may or have had, they owe it to Southern institutions and to the peop