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The Daily Dispatch: September 4, 1863., [Electronic resource], Slightly Insubordinate. (search)
Slightly Insubordinate. --John G. Davis, ex-member of Congress from Indiana, lately delivered an address at Indianapolis, in which he declared that he was an out-and-out peace man, and in favor of a Western Confederacy. "As for Lincoln," said he, "Lincoln has played out, so has his gang of pickers and stealers, his ruffian provost marshals, and his great machine for the subjugation of the liberties of his own people." Here is what Davis said upon the Federal conscript and Congression
subjugate Democrats, we will fight them to death.
Davis stands squarely before the issue — peace.
It is his word day and night, his book and staff.
Peace and reunion, or peace and disunion, but peace any way. Hear him:
Democrats in Indiana want this war stopped; I would stop it now. You are the invaders, and you can't subjugate the South.
The South knew that their rights have been taken away.
No respect has been paid to private property by the invading army.
The South has been