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The Daily Dispatch: June 20, 1864., [Electronic resource] 6 0 Browse Search
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Police Arrests. --On Saturday and yesterday the following parties were arrested and locked up in the upper and lower cages: Elizs, slave of Samuel Forsyth, charged with stealing ninety dollars in Confederate money, the property of B. C. Brooks; Fuller, slave of David M. Lee, for stealing a piece of bacon from a huckster in the First Market; Frank, slave of W. W. Granger, aiding and abetting in the robbery of Terrence Roney.
a moral blow. It would be a mortification, but unless it was an indication of weakness, it would be nothing more." The Timesthen concedes that our people have suffered too much to be appalled by "moral blows," and that if Richmond were taken, and Lee's army allowed to retire Southward without much damage, "there is no question whatever we should not have made much progress. He would hold out in North Carolina, or Georgia, conscript and impress supplies, and fight on as before, and we should he taken, and that something must be said to console the Northern fox for the loss of the grapes, we cannot pretend to guess. But whatever the motive of the announcement, it is none the less true. Supposing Grant to take Richmond, and not to take Lee's army, how long would it take to conquer the South?--After Grant had taken Pemberton, he was unable to follow Johnston's little force more than forty miles. After he had overwhelmed Bragg's inferior forces, he was driven back in his very first at