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The Daily Dispatch: May 27, 1863., [Electronic resource], Vallandingham — what will Lincoln do? (search)
oyal States, or there will be civil war in the North." Will Lincoln "quash" them and "prevent civil war," according to the Herald? or, if he will not "quash" them, will "civil war" ensue? If we could reason about a Yankee as we can about other men, we would say that Lincoln would be compelled to "quash" the sentence, or to go on with his arrests, and to put in his bastilles not only the small men who made the excited speeches in New York city on the 19th, but Governor Seymour and Washington Hunt and their brother sympathizers generally. If sedition is to be put down by arbitrary arrests, then those arrests must go on. If he abandons that policy, then he must let loose Vallandigham. To keep him in prison and arrest no more men, would be but showing his own hesitation and fear of the consequences. To refuse to liberate him will only continue the cause of the excitement and that immunity to seditious declaimers which his failure to arrest them gives. Lincoln has most assuredly