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D. S. Dickinson. --Of all the morale pers that this war has revealed, the man whose name heads this paragraph is the most foul and hideous. The records of party tergiversation and personal corruption nowhere shew his parallel. Such a leap as that man has made from the pinnacle of ultra Southern Rights to the deepest and slimiest abyss of Abolitionism is without an example in political history. It is almost incredible that the being who now howls for halters, dungeons, and exile, for the Southern leaders, was himself an ardent and boisterous champion of the South till the hour when the South needed friends, and then, in an instant, he sprang into the ranks of its bitterest and vilest enemies. Rotten, rotten to the core, and absolutely boastful of his foul deformities and glorying in his shame! And he talks of halters for traitors! The false, treacherous villain! He has not even the remorse of Judas Iscariot, or he would put a halter around his own caitiff neck and relieve
The Legislature. --In the Senate, yesterday, Mr. Dickinson, from the Committee of Finance, reported a bill to suppress the further issue of small notes by the counties and cities of this commonwealth. He also reported back the resolution with reference to increasing the salaries of public officers, and asked to be discharged from further consideration thereof. Mr. Dickinson submitted a preamble and resolution expressing the opinion that it is incumbent on the Confederate Government,Mr. Dickinson submitted a preamble and resolution expressing the opinion that it is incumbent on the Confederate Government, through its military authorities, to remove from exposed districts the male slaves therein capable of bearing arms to places more secure within our military lines, &c. Laid over under the rule. The Joint resolution authorizing the Second Auditor to receive a debt of $1,000,000, due by the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad Company to the Commonwealth, was reported back from the Committee on Finance, without amendment, and was agreed to. Ayes 37, noes none. The following resolutions of i
By Hill, Dickinson & Co., Auct'rs. Will be sold at our office on Wednesday next, at 10 o'clock, three valuable Negroes, belonging to the estate of Edwin Lawrence, dec'd. One is a first rate cook, washer, and ironer, and another a superior dining room servant. Hill Dickinson & Co, Auct'rs. For R F Yarbrough, Adm'r. se 15--td