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The Daily Dispatch: April 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], The coming struggle on the Peninsula. (search)
g be deferred. The news of a terrible battle may startle us at any moment. We trust that our people are prepared, not only to call upon God to defend the right, but, under God, to defend it themselves, with brave hearts, strong arms, and sufficient numbers. Wave, Richmond! all thy banners wave, And charge with all thy chivalry! For not only the fate of the temporary seat of Government, but of Eastern Virginia, and even more than that, trembles in the balance. We presume that President Davis himself will be on the field, as he has intimated. He will share the fate of his soldiers in life or in death, in victory or defeat. The New York Herald thinks that the drama is soon to close with a bloody tragedy of surpassing grandeur, when McClellan is to be rewarded by the capture of the Confederate Cabinet and Congress. The boastful confidence of the Northern press and authorities is something that affords a very strange contrast to the dismal, universal howl that arose after th
ed a bill entitled "an act making further appropriations for the expenses of the Government." Upon this bill he moved that the House go into secret session, but withdrew his motion for the reception of a report from the Military Committee. Mr. Davis, of Miss., offered a resolution to rescind the resolution adjourning the House on Monday next; but, as objection was made, no action was had upon the subject. Mr. Miles, of S. C., from the Military Committee, reported an original bill in lieu of one referred to the committee, entitled "an act to authorize the organization of bands of partisan rangers." The bill was taken up, engrossed, read a third time, and passed. Mr. Davis then moved that the House resolved itself into secret session; and the motion being seconded, the Speaker ordered the floor to be cleared. After spending several hours in secret session, the House again opened its doors, when Mr. Miles, from the Military Committee, reported back the bill enti