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Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 10
s. In another article, which appears in the impression of the 21st, it says it can see termination of the war at present in view, and goes on. Let us look to what has just happened. On the 4th, so it is said, Vicksburg surrendered, its desperate condition having probably been known some days before. On the same day Lee was found to have commenced his retreat from Gettysburg back into Virginia. On the same day the Confederate Vice President, with a commissioner, came down the James river with a flag of truce, bearing letters from President Davis to President Lincoln, and wish deliver them in person. some hesitation, was refused, and that in a way which implied that the Federal Government would not communicate with the Confederate, unless the subject of the communication was known before the envoys were even admitted within the Federal lines New, it is not too much to say that at the time the Federal Government returned this answer to a request which could only be of a
its soil reeking with blood, they only find a voice to make poor and flippant election speeches. When "serenaded," as a popular congratulation on the fall of Vicksburg, the President made an address to the crowd that "not even the friendly reports could invest with dignity."--The Secretary of War "claimed the merits of retaining General Grant in command, and consequently of the victory achieved." He turned the event to a crimination of some of his colleagues and a glorifying of himself. Mr. Stanton made a party triumph over the advocates of peace by a small anear at the "Copperheads." And Mr. Seward crowned the wretched display by something that we record, but will not here repeal, for it was simply blasphemes. That men in such positions could so express themselves at such a time is a deplorable illustration of the degeneracy of American rulers. In another article, which appears in the impression of the 21st, it says it can see termination of the war at present in view, and g
on of the 21st, it says it can see termination of the war at present in view, and goes on. Let us look to what has just happened. On the 4th, so it is said, Vicksburg surrendered, its desperate condition having probably been known some days before. On the same day Lee was found to have commenced his retreat from Gettysburg back into Virginia. On the same day the Confederate Vice President, with a commissioner, came down the James river with a flag of truce, bearing letters from President Davis to President Lincoln, and wish deliver them in person. some hesitation, was refused, and that in a way which implied that the Federal Government would not communicate with the Confederate, unless the subject of the communication was known before the envoys were even admitted within the Federal lines New, it is not too much to say that at the time the Federal Government returned this answer to a request which could only be of a tendency, they had just been relieved of the worst of th
ncidents of the second Maryland campaign have exhibited the President and his chief ministers in a manner almost pitiable. With their country tern asunder, and its soil reeking with blood, they only find a voice to make poor and flippant election speeches. When "serenaded," as a popular congratulation on the fall of Vicksburg, the President made an address to the crowd that "not even the friendly reports could invest with dignity."--The Secretary of War "claimed the merits of retaining General Grant in command, and consequently of the victory achieved." He turned the event to a crimination of some of his colleagues and a glorifying of himself. Mr. Stanton made a party triumph over the advocates of peace by a small anear at the "Copperheads." And Mr. Seward crowned the wretched display by something that we record, but will not here repeal, for it was simply blasphemes. That men in such positions could so express themselves at such a time is a deplorable illustration of the degenera
Later from Europe. The steamship America has arrived at New York with English dates of the 22d ult., two days later. The news in not important. It was expected that the English Parliament would be prorogated on the 28th ult. In the House of Commons, on the 29th, a motive by Mr. Horseman, looking to active interference in the Polish question by England, was withdrawn. It is generally thought that the server of the Russian Government to the notes of the three powers upon the Polish question to act considered satisfactory. It is stated in the French papers that the reply is being examined by the three powers, and that it in the positive intention of the three powers to agree upon the means of settling in a definite manner as serious a question. The reply while act declining the conference, represents is on superfluous; and while the entering upon the intaintive course suggested by the three powers to declined, the promulgation of a full and complete amounts in favor of the
"serenaded," as a popular congratulation on the fall of Vicksburg, the President made an address to the crowd that "not even the friendly reports could invest with dignity."--The Secretary of War "claimed the merits of retaining General Grant in command, and consequently of the victory achieved." He turned the event to a crimination of some of his colleagues and a glorifying of himself. Mr. Stanton made a party triumph over the advocates of peace by a small anear at the "Copperheads." And Mr. Seward crowned the wretched display by something that we record, but will not here repeal, for it was simply blasphemes. That men in such positions could so express themselves at such a time is a deplorable illustration of the degeneracy of American rulers. In another article, which appears in the impression of the 21st, it says it can see termination of the war at present in view, and goes on. Let us look to what has just happened. On the 4th, so it is said, Vicksburg surrendered, i
l, for it was simply blasphemes. That men in such positions could so express themselves at such a time is a deplorable illustration of the degeneracy of American rulers. In another article, which appears in the impression of the 21st, it says it can see termination of the war at present in view, and goes on. Let us look to what has just happened. On the 4th, so it is said, Vicksburg surrendered, its desperate condition having probably been known some days before. On the same day Lee was found to have commenced his retreat from Gettysburg back into Virginia. On the same day the Confederate Vice President, with a commissioner, came down the James river with a flag of truce, bearing letters from President Davis to President Lincoln, and wish deliver them in person. some hesitation, was refused, and that in a way which implied that the Federal Government would not communicate with the Confederate, unless the subject of the communication was known before the envoys were e
Abraham Lincoln (search for this): article 10
ays it can see termination of the war at present in view, and goes on. Let us look to what has just happened. On the 4th, so it is said, Vicksburg surrendered, its desperate condition having probably been known some days before. On the same day Lee was found to have commenced his retreat from Gettysburg back into Virginia. On the same day the Confederate Vice President, with a commissioner, came down the James river with a flag of truce, bearing letters from President Davis to President Lincoln, and wish deliver them in person. some hesitation, was refused, and that in a way which implied that the Federal Government would not communicate with the Confederate, unless the subject of the communication was known before the envoys were even admitted within the Federal lines New, it is not too much to say that at the time the Federal Government returned this answer to a request which could only be of a tendency, they had just been relieved of the worst of their fears with regar
Later from Europe. The steamship America has arrived at New York with English dates of the 22d ult., two days later. The news in not important. It was expected that the English Parliament would be prorogated on the 28th ult. In the House of Commons, on the 29th, a motive by Mr. Horseman, looking to active interference in the Polish question by England, was withdrawn. It is generally thought that the server of the Russian Government to the notes of the three powers upon the Polish question to act considered satisfactory. It is stated in the French papers that the reply is being examined by the three powers, and that it in the positive intention of the three powers to agree upon the means of settling in a definite manner as serious a question. The reply while act declining the conference, represents is on superfluous; and while the entering upon the intaintive course suggested by the three powers to declined, the promulgation of a full and complete amounts in favor of the
Later from Europe. The steamship America has arrived at New York with English dates of the 22d ult., two days later. The news in not important. It was expected that the English Parliament would be prorogated on the 28th ult. In the House of Commons, on the 29th, a motive by Mr. Horseman, looking to active interference in the Polish question by England, was withdrawn. It is generally thought that the server of the Russian Government to the notes of the three powers upon the Polish question to act considered satisfactory. It is stated in the French papers that the reply is being examined by the three powers, and that it in the positive intention of the three powers to agree upon the means of settling in a definite manner as serious a question. The reply while act declining the conference, represents is on superfluous; and while the entering upon the intaintive course suggested by the three powers to declined, the promulgation of a full and complete amounts in favor of the
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