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The Daily Dispatch: March 23, 1863., [Electronic resource], The last Chapter of Butler's rule in New Orleans. (search)
"Are there no bolts in heaven, save what serve for the thunder?" There is great disaffection among the soldiers and sailors in Louisiana. A gunboat Lieutenant told the writer that three hundred Massachusetts soldiers had been sent to New Orleans from Ship Island for mutiny and beating the blacks, and that one hundred and thirty resignations had occurred among the officers of the flotilla, (his own among them) but had been refused, and the parties classed as . After said the cause was Lincoln's proclamation. Credat Judeus Apella sun ego. It was the retributive late or the Harreit Line and the Hatteras, and the frowning batteries at Vicksburg and Port Hudson, which cooled their warlike ardor. Let our heroes yet a little while Breast the tide of invasion as they have breasted it during the past two years, and Uncle Abraham himself will sympathize with the South in a few months. The 25th and 27th Massachusetts are disaffected, and threaten to lay down their arms when called
ficers. The troops are composed of Western men--Indiana, Michigan, and Illinois, having the largest number of representatives. The following off cars were registered, viz: Col. John Coburn, , acting Brig-Gen'l; Col. H. C. Gilbert, 19th Mich, Col. J. P. Baird, 86th Ind; Col. W. L. Utley, 22d Wis; Lt-Col J. M. Henderson, 33d Ind; Lt-Col. A. B. Crane, 85th Ind; Maj. W. E. Shefter, 19th Mich; Maj. R. E. Craig, 85th Ind; Maj. L. T. Miller, 33d Ind; Capt. J. S. F. Smith, co. A. 19th Mich; Capt. C. P. Lincoln, co C, 9th Mich; Capt Phelix Duffle, co K, 9th Mich; Capt Chas. A. Thompson. jr., co F, 9th Mich; Capt A. J. Kellam, co D. 22d Wis; Capt Perry Tracy, co I. 22d Wis; Capt C. W. Biglow, co G, 19th Mich; Capt Jno. J. Baker, co E, 19th Mich; Capt C. H. , co I, 19th Mich; 1st Lieut L. T. Wing, co C, 19th Michigan; 1st Lieut Geo. T. Schafer, co A, 19th Michigan; 1st Lieut David Anderson, co H, 19th Michigan; 1st Lieut David J. , co H, 19th Mich; 1st Lt and Acting Adjutant J. C. Crawford, 8
and in hand for the overthrow of Southern institutions, and have brought the anti-slavery sentiment of that country to bear in every shape and form upon the Northern States, which, being themselves non slaveholding and already developing in same sections a strong abolition tendency, in addition to their old jealousy of the South, presented an inviting field for British machinations. The result, a persistent and increasing war upon Southern property and peace, culminating in the election of Lincoln, is before the world. The man who cannot see in the causes we have thus briefly referred to the original seeds of a disruption inevitable, and never at any period a question of anything but time, must be willfully blind or hopelessly imbecile. The man who, in view of the original repugnance of Cavalier and Puritan, the clashing interests, the unjust legislation of the Federal Government, the anti-slavery sentiment of the whole world predicating the North upon the South, can ascribe disuni