Browsing named entities in a specific section of The Daily Dispatch: June 24, 1861., [Electronic resource]. Search the whole document.
Found 18 total hits in 9 results.
Action and reaction. It is perhape an inevitable, while it is a very painful characteristic of American politics in the present times, that differences of opinion beget violent personal animosities. Hitherto there has been no time when Americans, differing from each other however remotely, could not peacefully and quietly discuss the most radical questions; and now there is no trouble in talking freely one's opinion of direct taxation or the tariff; but when any line of policy relating t
maddest republicanism in France went in hordes to the block.
But we trust that the American mind will reach its old balance-point without those great reactions which ordinarily occur in such cases.
Three months ago the immense majority of Americans in the North believed and advocated the idea that the peaceable acknowledgment of the Southern Confederacy was preferable to war. The leading Republican newspapers in this city even pronounced the right of the Southern States to establish their