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m just? If pretended, and merely thrown out to make fair weather with Lincoln, Seymour or Co. are not only dishonest, but too cowardly to resist even were he to put the rope around their necks! If they are sincere, and really think the attempt to establish a grinding despotism in the South is right, while they proclaim against any infringement of individual right at the North--then they are after all Yankees! Nothing more. Governor Seymour and Hunt are no better than Sumner and Chase and Sherman — may, not so good — not even so good as Burnside. They are consistent. They are for the despotism — for submission to its authority everywhere and all the time, and particularly for the crushing of the rebellion. Thus viewing the inconsistency of these persons — their truly Puritan position of selfishness — utter indifference to the wrongs and outrages of others so long as they are not troubled or their rights are not invaded — thus regarding them, we should be glad to hear tha
hall communicate with Grand Gulf no more except it becomes necessary to send a train and heavy escort. You may not hear from me again for several days." "Raymond, Miss., 12,30 P. M. May 14, via Memphis, 11 A. M., May 18.--Major-General Halleck: McPherson took this place on the 12th, after a brisk fight of more than two hours. Our loss, 51 killed and 181 wounded. Enemy's loss, 75 killed (buried by us) and 186 prisoners captured, besides the wounded. McPherson is now at Clinton. Gen. Sherman is on the direct Jackson road. Gen. McClernand is bringing up the rear. I will attack the State capital to-day. "U. S. Grant, Maj.-Gen'l." From Memphis.--A dispatch says Grant has taken Jackson--Capitol burned--5 to 10,000 mounted men near Okolona, threatening an advance in the direction of the Memphis railroad. A citizen just up from Jackson says the enemy evacuated Vicksburg on Saturday, marching on the ridge northeast to Livingston, a post village in Madison co., Miss., 2