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The Daily Dispatch: January 21, 1865., [Electronic resource], To the people of the Second Congressional District of the State of Alabama. (search)
nd Mr. Smith, of Alabama, have given their sanction to a "treasonable " report? Are they capable of "treachery of the most infamous character"? Are they "traitorous Congressmen "? Can it be that they have brought forward "a disorderly, ruinous and fatal proposition"--"reprehensible and intolerable," and having "neither dignity, honor nor safety" in it? But of the Virginia delegation, Messrs. Rives and De Jarnette were not alone in voting to receive the port: Mr. Wickham, Mr. Baldwin and Mr. McMullin voted with them, aware, at the time, of its substance; and thus they, too, fell under the rod of the power behind the throne of the Sentinel. In refuting this calumny against members of this House, it is unnecessary to divulge the contents of the report, or the action of the House thereon, although it is with me (as announced when I presented it) a matter of indifference whether it should be considered in open or secret session. If the writer of the article ever saw the resolutions