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Must be free. --Gov. Brown, of Georgia, was inaugurated Governor of the State for the fourth term on the 4th inst. He closes his inaugural address as follows: Remembering the sacrifices we, as a people, have made, the sufferings which we have endured, the noble Southern blood which our enemies have split, the deadly hate which they feel toward us, the cruel wrongs which our females have encountered, and the degradation, bondage, and chains which await us and our posterity if we are subjugated, let us humbly and fervently invoke the aid of Almighty Power, and, laying aside all past differences and personal considerations, let us gather around our country's altar, and while we ardently desire peace upon honorable terms, let us here again renew the solemn pledge to each other that come life or death, come weal or woe, we will never sheathe the sword till constitutional liberty is established, Georgia is free, and these Confederate States are recognized by all the world an inde
The Daily Dispatch: November 19, 1863., [Electronic resource], A furious Onslaught on Mayor Opdyke, of New York, by Thurlow Weed. (search)
s father-in-law," was upright, liberal, and even generous; but his partner, Mr. Jorkins, was a grasping, miserly skinflint. Mayor Opdyke has had no sleeping or silent partnership"no "shoddy" interests ! He did not infest Quartermaster Vinton's office, competing with the Jews for "unclean drippings.?" Not he ! Catch him at that, if you can ! Look into the open, fresh, manly face ! Do you discover anything sinister or sordid there ? By no means. It is his partner, Jorkins, with the "hang-dog look," who gets gun contracts, furnishes "shoddy," and hides away in convenient places, where he can be found at convenient times, to approve convenient ordinances before inconvenient injunctions can be served ! I have not met with the reply of Mr. Tilton, of the Independent. But the next time that skulking conscript comes upon the stage with a musket, showing a delightful Abolition audience how "Old John Brown" went through the facings and firings, I will endeavor to be there and see. T. W.