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Therefore, whatever the differences of opinion hitherto on this subject, all parties are now willing to leave the solution to the sound, practical judgment of General Lee. He is known to be earnestly in its favor, and we want no other endorsement. We hesitate not to say that the time has come when negroes should be employed as freedom, for that purpose, upon entering their availability as soldiers, of their courage and efficiency under a proper system of discipline — such a system as General Lee, at once firm and humane, would inaugurate. It is better to liberate two hundred thousand negroes, and to put them in the army, than to run the risk of losing endence of the Confederate States. If we fail, we lose everything, property of every kind, and our own independence. Let Congress give heed to the counsels of General Lee. In pursuance of the universal public sentiment, it has called him to the chief command of the armies of the Confederate States. But of what avail will be tha
o where we can now sweep with irresistible certainty of success upon this long-coveted communication of the enemy. We have done more than this; we have so far kept Lee employed, in looking after the safety of his own army here, as to prevent him from sending any forces away to assist his people elsewhere against the overwhelming t the Yankee-lines, one of them turned to General Grant and said: "General, I am anxious to have peace, and I would be willing to leave the settlement to you and General Lee." "Well," said Grant, "I propose to settle it with Lee this summer." Governor Buelingham, of New Hampshire, and all the other State officials, were nominatLee this summer." Governor Buelingham, of New Hampshire, and all the other State officials, were nominated for re-election, Wednesday, by acclamation, at the Union State Convention. The Mayor of the city of McGregor. Iowa, was married last week. The people of the city honored the event by suspending business; the military turned out, headed by a cornet band; and the town went on a general bust. When the bridal party left home
For Hire, a negro Man, twenty-five years old, a good house servant, washer, tolerable good cook, and a good hand with horses. Apply to N. M. Lee, Franklin street, near Exchange Hotel. fe 17--4t*