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The Daily Dispatch: August 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], The fight at Southwest mountain further particulars. (search)
n be made into the character and antecedents of the employees in the various departments of the Government, with the view to weeding out all those of doubtful loyalty, In one or two of the departments it is proposed to apply the party test, at least so far as good will towards the Administration is concerned, which has not been done heretofore. Many of the bitterest opponents and revilers of the President and his policy are men who hold subordinate positions under the Government. George D. Prentice's proclamation against Morgan. As a specimen of the wrathful visitation to be inflicted upon the true men of Kentucky, the following highly blood-colored proclamation of the poet Prentice appeared in his filthy sheet (the Louisville Journal) of the 17th ult: To John Morgan, Gent., and to all whom it may concern: We have just a few candid and most significant and salutary words, "Acting Brigadier- General C. S. A.," as you style yourself, "John Morgan," to address to you a