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Interesting correspondence. One readers will recollect that some time go the newspapers reported that two Confederate officers had been shot, by Burnside, for offence of recruiting in Kentucky, a State by the Confederacy and also by the Yankees. As all the Confederate States stand precisely the same footing with Kentucky--that , are all claimed by the Yankee Government to admit the fight of Burnside to recruiting officers in Kentucky, was to his right to do the same thing to Virginia or South Carolina. As that was , the Confederate author opened a correspondence with the Federal authorities, demanding the charge and specification against these men.--The answer was that they were tried as spies. A copy of the record was then demanded, and appeared from it that they were tried not as last for recruiting in Kentucky. Resolved to , President Davis had a couple of Captains selected by lot, as we stated the other day. But, in the meantime, he thought the best to try the eff
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
ng correspondence. One readers will recollect that some time go the newspapers reported that two Confederate officers had been shot, by Burnside, for offence of recruiting in Kentucky, a State by the Confederacy and also by the Yankees. As all the Confederate States stand precisely the same footing with Kentucky--that , are all claimed by the Yankee Government to admit the fight of Burnside to recruiting officers in Kentucky, was to his right to do the same thing to Virginia or South Carolina. As that was , the Confederate author opened a correspondence with the Federal authorities, demanding the charge and specification against these men.--The answer was that they were tried as spies. A copy of the record was then demanded, and appeared from it that they were tried not as last for recruiting in Kentucky. Resolved to , President Davis had a couple of Captains selected by lot, as we stated the other day. But, in the meantime, he thought the best to try the effects of neg
Abraham Lincoln (search for this): article 1
the Confederate author opened a correspondence with the Federal authorities, demanding the charge and specification against these men.--The answer was that they were tried as spies. A copy of the record was then demanded, and appeared from it that they were tried not as last for recruiting in Kentucky. Resolved to , President Davis had a couple of Captains selected by lot, as we stated the other day. But, in the meantime, he thought the best to try the effects of negotiation, especially as there were various other points to state. The correspondence in another column between Vice-President Stephens and certain Yankee officials explains the whole matter, and we refer the curious reader to it. There is nothing meaner than the genuine Yankee, and Lincoln is one of these. Stated by the fall of Vicksburg, he will listen to no terms. Let Lee give Meade another sound drubbing, and he will be glad enough to negotiate. This is a repetition of the old game.--But it will not do.
S. P. Lee (search for this): article 1
the Confederate author opened a correspondence with the Federal authorities, demanding the charge and specification against these men.--The answer was that they were tried as spies. A copy of the record was then demanded, and appeared from it that they were tried not as last for recruiting in Kentucky. Resolved to , President Davis had a couple of Captains selected by lot, as we stated the other day. But, in the meantime, he thought the best to try the effects of negotiation, especially as there were various other points to state. The correspondence in another column between Vice-President Stephens and certain Yankee officials explains the whole matter, and we refer the curious reader to it. There is nothing meaner than the genuine Yankee, and Lincoln is one of these. Stated by the fall of Vicksburg, he will listen to no terms. Let Lee give Meade another sound drubbing, and he will be glad enough to negotiate. This is a repetition of the old game.--But it will not do.
Hon A. H. Stephens (search for this): article 1
the Confederate author opened a correspondence with the Federal authorities, demanding the charge and specification against these men.--The answer was that they were tried as spies. A copy of the record was then demanded, and appeared from it that they were tried not as last for recruiting in Kentucky. Resolved to , President Davis had a couple of Captains selected by lot, as we stated the other day. But, in the meantime, he thought the best to try the effects of negotiation, especially as there were various other points to state. The correspondence in another column between Vice-President Stephens and certain Yankee officials explains the whole matter, and we refer the curious reader to it. There is nothing meaner than the genuine Yankee, and Lincoln is one of these. Stated by the fall of Vicksburg, he will listen to no terms. Let Lee give Meade another sound drubbing, and he will be glad enough to negotiate. This is a repetition of the old game.--But it will not do.
the Confederate author opened a correspondence with the Federal authorities, demanding the charge and specification against these men.--The answer was that they were tried as spies. A copy of the record was then demanded, and appeared from it that they were tried not as last for recruiting in Kentucky. Resolved to , President Davis had a couple of Captains selected by lot, as we stated the other day. But, in the meantime, he thought the best to try the effects of negotiation, especially as there were various other points to state. The correspondence in another column between Vice-President Stephens and certain Yankee officials explains the whole matter, and we refer the curious reader to it. There is nothing meaner than the genuine Yankee, and Lincoln is one of these. Stated by the fall of Vicksburg, he will listen to no terms. Let Lee give Meade another sound drubbing, and he will be glad enough to negotiate. This is a repetition of the old game.--But it will not do.
Jefferson Davis (search for this): article 1
nkee Government to admit the fight of Burnside to recruiting officers in Kentucky, was to his right to do the same thing to Virginia or South Carolina. As that was , the Confederate author opened a correspondence with the Federal authorities, demanding the charge and specification against these men.--The answer was that they were tried as spies. A copy of the record was then demanded, and appeared from it that they were tried not as last for recruiting in Kentucky. Resolved to , President Davis had a couple of Captains selected by lot, as we stated the other day. But, in the meantime, he thought the best to try the effects of negotiation, especially as there were various other points to state. The correspondence in another column between Vice-President Stephens and certain Yankee officials explains the whole matter, and we refer the curious reader to it. There is nothing meaner than the genuine Yankee, and Lincoln is one of these. Stated by the fall of Vicksburg, he wil
Interesting correspondence. One readers will recollect that some time go the newspapers reported that two Confederate officers had been shot, by Burnside, for offence of recruiting in Kentucky, a State by the Confederacy and also by the Yankees. As all the Confederate States stand precisely the same footing with Kentucky--that , are all claimed by the Yankee Government to admit the fight of Burnside to recruiting officers in Kentucky, was to his right to do the same thing to VirginiaBurnside to recruiting officers in Kentucky, was to his right to do the same thing to Virginia or South Carolina. As that was , the Confederate author opened a correspondence with the Federal authorities, demanding the charge and specification against these men.--The answer was that they were tried as spies. A copy of the record was then demanded, and appeared from it that they were tried not as last for recruiting in Kentucky. Resolved to , President Davis had a couple of Captains selected by lot, as we stated the other day. But, in the meantime, he thought the best to try the eff