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on the spot. Yet, except that they go on four legs, and have no fastidiousness upon the subject of fattening themselves on human flesh, We see no difference between them and the two-legged animals who grow rich and pampered upon the heart's blood of their country. If the doctrine of transmigration of souls were true, We can easily imagine that speculators and extortioners pass after this life into the bodies of those animals which feed upon the carcases of fallen heroes. In a book of Judge Johnson, of South Carolina, a story is told, intended to illustrate the bargaining and avaricious traits of New England money-lovers, which, with some modifications, We may apply with equal justice to our own extortioners and speculators. Henry Trevor, the hero of the book in question, had signed a bond with the Devil, some thirty years before, bartering away his soul for a certain period of uninterrupted pleasure and prosperity. At the appointed hour, the Devil appears, but, upon his urgent e
The Daily Dispatch: March 2, 1865., [Electronic resource], Proclamation by the President, appointing a day of fasting, humiliation and prayer, with thanksgiving. (search)
all neglect in transporting them to Richmond from the places of exchange, and who is responsible for such neglect." Mr. Wigfall introduced a bill to provide for the organization of a Bureau of Inspection in connection with the War Department. Referred. Mr. Caperton introduced a bill to regulate the compensation of the State Collector of the State of Virginia. Mr. Maxwell, of Florida, introduced a resolution for the adjournment of Congress on Tuesday next. On motion, by Mr. Johnson, of Missouri, the resolution was laid on the table. Senate bill fixing the first Monday in October as the time of the regular meeting of Congress was taken up; and, after debate. On motion, by Mr. Wigfall, the bill was informally passed over. Senate bill to authorize the Secretary of the Treasury to receive specie from the several States of the Confederate States, and use the same for the benefit of said States, was considered and passed. Senate bill regulating the destru