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The Daily Dispatch: December 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], A Spirited letter from a Virginia lady to a Lincoln Hireling. (search)
rmy, in Western Virginia, where I trust you will receive that which every invader of Virginia's soil deserves. I would have you remember that I am a Virginian; and, if I were otherwise, my sense of right., truth, and justice, teaches me ever to recoil from one who has so far forgotten his manhood; so far forgotten that he was made after the image of his God, that he engage in the most horrible outrages — plundering, aye, murdering; for such every sensible person must regard the death of Gen. Garnett, whom you speak of. Cowards that you are, you know that it was not done in an honorable way, even had it been in a just cause; and so you make a great ado about murdering the brave Garnett, whose life was worth your whole army of hirelings And the prisoners you speak of: there are a few pent up here in Camp Carlyle. I presume they are like those captured by your company of outlaws.--They are not soldiers, but private citizens taken from their homes, families — yes, and one, an old gray-h
The Daily Dispatch: December 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], More evidences of the Lincoln Tyranny in Maryland. (search)
sburg and Jeffersonville to issue small notes. Read three times, and passed. The amended Constitution. The Convention proceeded to the consideration of the order of the day — the Bill of Rights and Constitution, as amended and revised by the committee. The Bill of Rights had been amended so far as to restore some of the original features of the "George Mason" Constitution, which were adopted without further alteration. The Constitution was then voted upon by articles. Mr. Garnett moved to reconsider the vote by which the 19th section was adopted, with a view to substitute a provision that no slave shall be emancipated after the adoption of this Constitution. Lost — ayes 34, noes 48. Several amendments were proposed and rejected. Pending an amendment offered by Mr. Stuart, the Convention took a recess until 4 o'clock, P. M. Evening session. The Convention, on reassembling, adopted an amendment offered by Mr. Stuart, in the 2d section of article