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The Daily Dispatch: October 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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m the extracts before alluded to that the English people are is far as ever from being deceived by the Yankee reports of their explodes.--They speak in terms of the highout admiration of the valor of our troops, and the skill of our Generals, and appear to entertain no doubt whatever that so much skill and, so much valor cannot fail to be successful in the end. Even the News, controlled entirely by Yankees, is compelled to acknowledge that the Southern people, though the most barbarous of Anglos Saxon communities, can at least fight. The abuse of such it cheat as the News is the highest compliment that can be paid to Southern civilization. The acknowledgment wrung from it by the valor of our triumps is more valuable then the studied endorsed of more respectable . We do not desire to be praised by mostly such journal as the News but we in the success which has forced it to acknowledge the valor of our troops and the skill of our fenders. The News would not that we should be recognize