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Times, that the great Albany Bank has signally failed, and other banks of the Metropolis of the great Empire State are expected to follow suit. One other has also gone by the board — the two indebted to the amount of $2,000,000. This information, however, you doubtless are in possession of. The writer, a correspondent of the Rochester News, quoted by the Times, came to the conclusion that there must have been something "rotten in Denmark." Again in some of the Northern counties of Massachusetts, a correspondent writing from Worcester, Mass. says: "Business is entirely prostrated. The great pail and chair districts are almost desolated. Many failures among them, and workmen out of employment." "One little village in Templeton, of 400 inhabitants, has lost," says the same writer, "over $100,000 within three weeks." "This," he says, "is a sample of their industrial interests everywhere." These facts admitted to exist relative to the North; coupled with the off rep
Old Virginia and Massachusetts.[from the New York day Book.] A Boston paper says,"nothing can be more gratifying to the pride of Massachusetts than to know that her troops were the first to tread the soil of Virginia in this righteous war." Alas, sir, you poorly remember how much this Republic owes to Virginia, when you rejoiMassachusetts than to know that her troops were the first to tread the soil of Virginia in this righteous war." Alas, sir, you poorly remember how much this Republic owes to Virginia, when you rejoice to see her soil invaded, her sovereignty menaced, and her people threatened, with fire and sword by the soldiers of another State. You forget, if, indeed, your blinding bigotry and hate ever permitted you to know it, that it was to Virginia, more than to any other State, that we owe the Democratic form of our Government. At th at Georgetown." Virginia Legislature" But we are not absent now. There is no denying the fact that we are prompt enough now! And the partizan leaders of Massachusetts are dancing with glee at the idea that her soldiers were the first to put a hostile foot upon the soil of Virginia, the real mother, not only of States and of
ur late battle was not wanting on this occasion. The Howitzers lost not a man killed, and but three wounded. The North Carolina regiment lost one man killed, and two or three wounded. The other troops lost two or three wounded. Surely, thus far, the Lord seems to have been on our side. I have not room in this letter for details. I will give you enough of them hereafter. I would merely mention, here, that one of our corps picked up, on the field of battle, a memorandum book, belonging to one R. M. Parker, private in the 2d company, 1st regiment Vermont Volunteers, in which I find the following entry: "June 5th. Harriet Lane demolished the battery opposite. Six Massachusetts privates shot accidentally — carelessness in an attack--Eight hundred more troops arrived frow New York. H. Lane was struck--25 on board wounded." So, there is the truth about Pig Point. We have punished the Yankees awfully, depend upon it, in every battle we have yet had with them. P.