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Robert Underwood Johnson, Clarence Clough Buell, Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: The Opening Battles. Volume 1., War preparations in the North. (search)
rm should show the symbol of nationality as a committal to the country's cause. He that is not for us is against us, was the deep, instinctive feeling. Judge Thomas M. Key of Cincinnati, Afterward aide-de-camp and acting judge-advocate on General McClellan's staff. chairman of the Judiciary Committee, was the recognized leapeople of the North, forgetting all party distinctions, answered with an enthusiasm that swept politicians off their feet. When we met again on Tuesday morning, Judge Key, taking my arm and pacing the floor outside the railing, broke out impetuously, Mr. Cox, the people have gone stark mad!--I knew they would if a blow were struckes of the Government and to make no factious opposition to such State legislation as might be necessary to sustain the Federal Administration. The attitude of Mr. Key is only a type of many others, and marks one of the most striking features of the time. On the 8th of January the usual Democratic convention and celebration of