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The Daily Dispatch: April 11, 1861., [Electronic resource], Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. (search)
om Salmon P. Chase, of Wirt memory, have acted upon the principle that "to the victors belong the spoils." But a day of reckoning will surely come, when those in Virginia who seek affiliation with the Black Republicans, and their "aiders and abettors," will be consigned to merited oblivion, if not obloquy. It is understood that there are other patriots who are willing to serve our masters in Washington, for a consideration. To reconcile us to this state of things, we have been told that"Mas abe" will be "conservative" in his administration; that he is going to evacuate Fort Sumter, (because he can't hold it any longer;) and that there has been a tremendous reaction in popular sentiment in some municipal elections in the Northern States. Among the various indications of pacific intentions, we recognize the appointment to the Premiership of that distinguished conservative, "Brother Seward," whose whole life, from the time of his controversy with Gov. Gilmer, in 1840, to the endor