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The body of the late Col. Cameron--Correspondence with Gen Beauregard. Washington, July 26th, 1861 Gen Beauregard, Com of Confederate Army Dear Sir: --With a grieved and torn heart I add, will you give a word of comfort to a distressed spirit I allude to the death of the gallant Col. Cameron, of the Federal Army, on last Sunday,21st July. We are all God's creatures, alike in his sight. It is a bereaved sister that petitions Col Cameron received two shots, immediately following each other, that destroyed his life.The fats of his body is the grief — to know what has become of it ultimo has been received, making some inquiries relative to the body of your late brother, Col Cameron, United States army, gilled at Manassas on the 21st ult. In answer, I will state that, upon inqa private in Colonel Stuart's Cavalry Brigade has in his possession a miniature portrait of Col Cameron and wife, which he intends to return to their friends after the war, for at present no intercou
e at the risk of property, personal liberty, and life. "Benjamin Wood." Disloyalty of free speech.[from the New York day Book, Aug. 28.] But it is said we are "disloyal." "Disloyalty!"--what is it? To be "loyal" must we believe in "the irrepressible conflict" of Seward, "the negro equality" of Chase, the "ultimate extinction" theory of Lincoln, and that the Helper book is a "valuable political document?" Must we believe that Seward is as great a statesman as Jefferson, that Cameron is as incorruptible as Diogenes, and that Lincoln is as learned as Machiavelli? Must we believe that black is white, that two and two make five? In fact, must we commit intellectual suicide? Does Mr. Lincoln's Administration demand all this as the price of "loyalty?" If so, the price exceeds our ability to pay. But it is said we oppose the Government. How, where or when? Bring on your accusers; let the case be brought before the court. Let us see the counts and the specifications