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The Daily Dispatch: October 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The horrors of Fort Lafayette--a Bold voice at the North. (search)
torture into terms acts that are not crimes, that they resort to the high handed measures they do. A few days since some Black Republican speculators in the substitute business, who had violated the orders of the War Department, were sent to Fort Lafayette. The Abolition papers, however, made a great howl over it, and they have been released. There are, however, scores of better men and truer patriots in there than those released, in whose behalf not a word is uttered. There is Judge Carmichael, of Maryland, Guilty of what! Why, of the gross crime (1) of telling the Grand Jury of his county what the law in relation to arrests was. For months has Judge C. suffered the horrors of the Bastile, for simply doing his duty. Is it possible, therefore, that the recent Republican outburst of indignation against arbitrary arrests proceeds from any regard for the principles of civil liberty? No, it is the grossest hypocrisy. They wish only Democrats to be imprisoned. If they are sinc