Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: July 1, 1863., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for Stanton or search for Stanton in all documents.

Your search returned 2 results in 1 document section:

vail unlimitedly in the army. My informant, who knows whereof he speaks, declares as his opinion that McClellan will receive his orders during the present week, and will accept the same only on condition that no interference shall take place by Stanton, Halleck, or anybody aside from the President. Federal raid in East Tennessee--immense destruction of railroad bridges and other property Cincinnati, June 25th. --The following dispatch has been received by Gen. Burnside from the etrate by a new example the old adage:Improvise permeant perdunt. "The wicked destroy others that themselves may escape."They are fools in this as in all they have hitherto attempted. And those cowardly and incapable things--Lincoln, Seward, Stanton — have imagined that this fierce fighting American race, trained to liberty even in its excesses, will bow their heads beneath the trembling paws of these creatures, and quietly lay on the ground the "symbols of the free"--the arms that the Cons