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The Daily Dispatch: April 20, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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office, whether civil, political or military, who is conscious of incapacity to perform its duties. It may reveal an old fogy to utter even an expectation of a glimpse of unselfish patriotism in some directions. Now is the most propitious period for worship of the goddess Hygets. It soap and civilization go hand in hand, and "cleanliness is next to godliness." (although a long way off,) it is high time that all who occupy cities and towns should begin to walk in clean paths. Rev. Bob Breckinridge told Leslie Combs that if any Baptist minister should consent to baptize him, he would have to put him in soak over night, as no ordinary immersion would answer for such a sinner. No ordinary cleansing will do for Richmond or Fredericksburg. The Almighty will certainty visit Richmond with pestilence or the Yankees this summer, because of the moral and physical fifth abounding within its limits. Moral chloride of lime will scarcely suffice for the leprous distilment perpetually fr