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erself. We insist on the matter being turned over to us. The Cincinnati Commercial in commenting on the claims of the West, remarked that the "West ought to be made the vanguard of the war," and proceeded: We are akin by and geography with Kentucky, Tennessee and Missouri and in sentiment to the noble Union patriots, who have a majority of three to one in all those States. An Ohio army would be received with joy in Nashville, and he welcomed in a speech of congratulation by Andrew Johnson. Crittenden and Frank Blair are keeping Kentucky and Missouri all right. The rebellion will be crushed out before the assemblage of Congress — no doubt of it. Not a Yankee paper at that time had the remotest idea of the conflict — not one that rose to the emergencies of the occasion. All were filled with passion, rant, and bombast. From the Chief Executive down to the lowest subaltern, the raging idea of "wiping out the South, " "an easy conquest," and so on, went roaring, like
General Assembly of Virginia.Tuesday, March 10, 1863. Senate.--The Senate assembled at 10 o'clock, and was opened with prayer by the Rev. Dr. Spriggs. A number of Senate bills passed by the House of Delegates; also, a bill incorporating the Insurance and Savings Society of the city of Peters burg, were taken up and passed. Mr. Johnson submit of the minority report of the Committee on Salt; also a copy of a contract entered into with Charles Scott & Co., for an adequate supply of salt. The bill to provide for the public defence by the impressment of negroes to work on the fortifications, with a substitute therefore substituting free negroes for slaves, was disagreed to and a committee of Conference, to meet a committee from the House on the same subject, was appointed. Mr. Nash asked leave to introduce a bill incorporating the Richmond Importing and Exporting Company which was read twice and ordered to be engrossed. Mr. Newman introduced a resolution inst