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The Daily Dispatch: September 9, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Presidential campaign in the North. (search)
on, the Democratic candidate for the Vice-Presidency: George H. Pendleton is, in the words of the Tribune, "an anti-war Copperhead of the most intense shade; and his votes in Congress have rarely differed from those of Vallandigham and Benjamin Harris." Precisely so; and, as such, stands upon the Democratic ticket a worthy representative of that glorious phalanx which stood up in the Congress of the United States to denounce, in the face of raving madness, a war which has devastated the c,--at the bidding of a fanatical Abolition, hundreds of thousands of our sons and brothers. George H. Pendleton, it is true, protested against the destructive passions of fanaticism, standing in his place in Congress beside Vallandigham and Harris. The editor of the Daily News, who looks forward with a deepening pride to the memory of so glorious a fellowship, can bear witness that that same George H. Pendleton has dared to vote with the fearless and few who did not shrink from breasting