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of the Confederate forces were taken. The Federal troops in Northwestern Virginia have been a good deal more adroit than elsewhere, having acted (knowingly or unknowingly) upon that first principle of warfare — never to expose your troops in line until you have tried their courage in skirmishes.--fry to reduce your enemy by the terror of your arms, by surprises, rather than regular battles; for they are frequently decided by chance. The drift of the speeches of the President and Mr. Seward yesterday, on the occasion of the grand review, was that sufficient time had elapsed for the South to see the temper and disposition of the country, and that war demonstrations would not longer be confined to the defensive. It is said that Gen. Scott by manner and gesture seemed to fully endorse the idea. Washington matters — the Blockade. The following is from the Washington correspondent of the Baltimore Sun, which has a Lincolns proclivity: There appears to be a general
The Daily Dispatch: July 9, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Northern Congress.--the Pan-Handle traitors Assume to represent Virginia! (search)
se are great, whopping lies, insinuated in studied phrases, such as this one of Seward's, that it is only Southern politicians that are engaged in the Secession movemreds of millions of treasure are requisite to put the politicians down? Is not Seward sensible enough to know that the world has a little sense as well as himself, ae South, will do more in that quarter for the South than all the messages which Seward and Lincoln could put forth in a century. Europe might have hesitated to acknohe political existence of the Southern Confederacy before; but when informed by Seward himself, that it is of stability and power, requiring such huge armies and suchin like manner. That the Northern people will be surprised at the magnitude of Seward's demand for men and money is certain; for they are not yet disabused of the har's strength. All the rest of the Message is mere twaddle — a mere hash of Seward's well known Sevardisms. The only piece of actual business in the document is t