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The Daily Dispatch: October 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The horrors of Fort Lafayette--a Bold voice at the North. (search)
left to the whim or caprice of some upstart official. There is a day of retribution coming, however, for the murderers of liberty and the persecutors of Democrats amongst us. As Mr. Valiandignam says in his excellent speech, which we publish this week, "the measure they have meted out to us shall be measured to them again." Yes, that it will, "shaken down and pressed together." "The arrest of Dr. Olds," chuckles the Abolition tyrants of the Evening Post, "and the summary squelching of Charles Ingersoll, show that the Government is wide awake!" Yes, indeed, it is wide awake. It can conquer unarmed men, and that seems to be about the extent of its victories. It can send posses of kidnappers to the houses of quiet citizens in the North, gag them, and bind them, and immure them in forts and fortifications; but it has not the ability, with hundreds of thousands of troops, to keep the Confederates from besieging the National Capital. It can wreak a petty vengeance upon some individual,