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ut taking Richmond; that Richmond, in fact, was a thing of very little consequence indeed; but that their object was to destroy the country, and thereby destroy General Lee's army. --When remonstrated with by families for taking their little household supplies, the answer was, that they meant to take them, so that they could not supply General Lee's army. For this, the people were plundered; for this, the mills were burned, as well as canals and railroads cut. They also expressed their astonishment at the amount of provisions they found in some parts of the interior. They had been told, they said, that we were in a state of starvation, but they found an ab on to their supplies and run the risk of being cleaned out by the Yankees, they have the right to make the election. If they wish to succeed they will send to General Lee's army every article not indispensable to their family use, and pour into the treasury every article of jewelry, of plate, of gold and silver in any form, which
st forty eight hours, to the effect that Jeff. Davis, as well as General Lee, gives up the ship. Jeff. Davis has also proposed to withdraw fcontest himself and leave the arbitrament of the whole affair to General Lee and General Grant. Let those two generals settle the terms of ae will then get rid of the leaders. But if we leave it to Grant and Lee to arrange terms, the latter will try to retain his place in the Unimed to be good authority, that Jeff. Davis has abdicated in favor of Lee, who will assume the dictatorship as a last desperate hope of postpoabinet, scrip and archives, will be moved to Danville or Lynchburg. Lee, in any event, will be left to confront and settle with the envelopihimself powerless against the overwhelming forces of his adversary, Lee will be compelled to treat for a capitulation. In this emergency, GGrant has but to demand that all the armies under the command of General Lee, from Virginia to Texas, shall lay down their areas in order to
Times, in an editorial recounting and eulogizing the operations of Sherman down to the fall of Charleston, says: The next operations of this most eventful war will be expected with singular interest. Sherman has traversed Georgia as a conqueror, but the Georgians have not returned to the Union, nor have the Unionists occupied the State. For that even Sherman is not strong enough. Had he left even small garrisons in the several towns which he entered, he would now be without an army. Lee and Beauregard are at the head of unbroken armies, and the spirit of the South has rather been raised than depressed by its recent reverses. The Federals have recovered their military reputation, but, if the South is still resolved to stand out to the end, they have made but little progress toward the end of the war. In another editorial, the Times writes from a different point of view, and says: The signs of Confederate exhaustion have brought us to that turning point of the Amer
Marion County.--J. S. Haymond, 8;--Arnett, 1. Alexandria--Morton Marye, 29; B. H. Berry, 33; D. L. Smoot, 2. The following is a statement of the polls at Chaffin's Bluff: Senate. Sixteenth District.--Cyrus A. Branch, 15; Baker P. Lee, 27. City of Richmond.--T. P. August, 5. House of Delegates. Charles City, New Kent and James City.--R. C. Apperson, 18; B. L. Farinholt, 3; Ira L. Bowles, 13; E. M. Ware, 3. City of Richmond.--D. J. Saunders, 1; R. F. Walker,eve, is entirely correct. W. S. Slater, Lieutenant James City artillery. The following is the vote polled in the Thirty-second Virginia infantry: Senate. Elizabeth City county, York, Warwick and City of Williamsburg. --Major B. P. Lee, Jr., 109; C. A. Branch, 6. House of Delegates. Elizabeth City county, York, Warwick and City of Williamsburg. --Lieutenant-Colonel W. R. Willis, 80; James W. Curtis, 26. J. P. Johnson, Captain and Superintendent of Elections.