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The Daily Dispatch: October 11, 1862., [Electronic resource], The horrors of Fort Lafayette--a Bold voice at the North. (search)
e in the yard, has been denied them. No writing utensils are in their reach, and they are under constant surveillance." Dr. Olds, of Ohio, it is said, has been placed in close confinement, and, what is most remarkable of all, the Express report alshypocrisy. They wish only Democrats to be imprisoned. If they are sincere, why do they not ask for the release of Dr. Edson B. Olds, of Ohio, now in the fort, for simply expressing an opinion against the Administration?--How many more good and tru meted out to us shall be measured to them again." Yes, that it will, "shaken down and pressed together." "The arrest of Dr. Olds," chuckles the Abolition tyrants of the Evening Post, "and the summary squelching of Charles Ingersoll, show that the Gonment men of its own party and retaining Democrats in custody, though the offences charged were the same in both cases. Dr. Olds, of Ohio, is charged with discouraging enlistments, yet he is imprisoned, while Black Republicans are released! It is n