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The Daily Dispatch: April 29, 1864., [Electronic resource], Reported advance of the enemy on the Peninsula. (search)
ttentive perusal. There is one point in Senator Henderson's speech which evidently touched Prenticof the coming event which is cast before. Mr. Henderson says: "The border States have been ravaged are training accordingly. For example, Senator Henderson, of Missouri, one of the most moderate ow perfectly well, before hand, and so do Senator Henderson and party, that the Abolitionists will b will prove strong enough to resist what Senator Henderson styles "all reasonable efforts" of one tird or one fourth " to subdue them." And Senator Henderson and his party will act upon it by abando not essentially differ. In our judgment, Mr. Henderson, everything considered, has made a more ef We cannot dismiss this language of Senator Henderson's without one further remark. The viewscase at once within the conditions which Senator Henderson regards as warranting the acknowledgmentonfederacy. Such is the significance of Senator Henderson's speech. It means nothing more nor les[4 more...]