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The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1862., [Electronic resource], From Northern Virginia--a raid of the enemy at Fredericksburg. (search)
nd pretend to care, nothing for the nigger. They will be willing, after having conquered us, to agree upon any terms, provided the Union be restored. They will consent to introduce slavery into every State in the Union, provided this grand object be attained. If the Southern people will not agree to all this, as most assuredly they never will, then they are for carrying on the war to any extremity that would satisfy the most, altar of the Abolition party. They will never consent — let John Van Buren say what he may — to let the "wayward sisters" depart in peace. It may be that a Democratic Congress might propose to the Southern States, as a condition of reentering the Union, to legalize slavery every where, and this before proceeding farther with the war — But even were the South disposed under any circumstances to reenter such a state of bondage, it must be borns in mind that the present Abolition Congress has still one year to run. In that time some of the most desperate batt<