Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: November 6, 1861., [Electronic resource].
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The day of election. --For the first time the people of the Confederate States will to-day elect their own President and Vice President. There is no opposition to either of the candidates for these high positions. But it is most important that this fact should not be permitted to keep a single voter from the polls. Every loyal citizen of the Confederate States should feel that he has a duty to discharge to his country to-day by voting for the President and Vice President, and thus ensuring a full vote, and thereby letting the world see that the new Government is the work of the People of the South, and not of a faction, as is falsely pretended by
fraught were they with wisdom, so wonderfully free from excitement and passion.
And yet, the same man, as an orator, had no equal in the Congress of the late United States.
The same calm atmosphere, through which words of wisdom and moderation can drop as softly and musically as summer rain upon the roof, can thicken with the te