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least. It has revealed the fact, so carefully concealed by Stanton, that Grant was badly beaten on the morning of the 3d of June, and although the Herald came instantly to the rescue, it was too late. Grant was not nominated at Baltimore, and Lincoln was. Gold went up to 194½, and Grant stock came down to zero with a run. For our own part we are glad to hear that Lincoln has received the nomination. When some enterprising partisan officer of the Revolution proposed to carry off Sir William Lincoln has received the nomination. When some enterprising partisan officer of the Revolution proposed to carry off Sir William Howe from the midst of his army, Washington put his veto upon it at once.--He had no doubt that it was feasible; but Howe had conducted the war as stupidly as it was possible for any man to conduct it, and any change whatever could not but be for the British interest. Let him stay, for fear of a successor who might not be quite such an imbecile. So we say of Old Abe.--It would be impossible to find another such ass in the United States, and therefore we say let him stay. We, at least of the
The Daily Dispatch: June 13, 1864., [Electronic resource], From Staunton — further particulars of the late fight. (search)
[reports of the Press Association.]late from the North. Petersburg, June 11. --The New York Herald, of the 9th, has been received. Abe Lincoln and Andy Johnson were nominated by the Baltimore Convention on the 8th inst. The Herald thinks that the ticket will have a hard road to travel. The 11th resolution of the Convention declares for the maintenance of the Monroe Doctrine. A victory is claimed for Hunter in the Valley, but the information is gathered exclusively from Southern sources. Morgan captured Mount Sterling, Ky., on the 8th, destroyed the bridges, tore up the track of the Kentucky Central Railroad between Cynthiana and Paris, captured a passenger train, occupied Paris, and destroyed an important trestle work at that point. His forces are estimated at 2,500. The Herald pitches into the Times, of Tuesday, for the publication of a long account of the battle of the 3d between Lee and Grant. The Times claims that it was the most important
Abolitionized. --The Washington Chronicle says that among the prominent members of the Union (Abolition) State Convention of Kentucky, were Rev. Dr. Breckinridge, Hon. R. K. Williams, Hon. W. C. Goodloe, Colonel A. G. Hodges, and many other gentlemen who have long occupied prominent positions in the State. At the close of the proceedings, Dr. Breckinridge made a speech, in which he declared for Mr. Lincoln, as the only true loyal man who could carry the State.