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Rosecrans (search for this): article 2
The renegade Southrons. We have already referred to the fact that Gen. Thomas, the successor of Rosecrans, is a native of Southampton, Virginia. Commodore Farragut, who captured New Orleans, is a Tennessean, and Admiral Dahlgren, who has been trying to capture Charleston, is another degenerate son of the South. In truth, from Winfield Scott down, some of the bravest and most efficient officers in both branches of the Yankee service are native-born Southern men, who have deliberately preferred the wages of iniquity to the service of their country. There is no compromise between the enormity of such conduct and the crime of the Yankees. Upon the latter there rest no obligations of common birthplace, common associations, and kindred blood. Those kites and vultures were not hatched from the eagles' eggs. They were not warmed into life in Southern nests, nor borne upon Southern pinions in their first flights from the native eyrie. But the Southern renegade is "bone of our b
The renegade Southrons. We have already referred to the fact that Gen. Thomas, the successor of Rosecrans, is a native of Southampton, Virginia. Commodore Farragut, who captured New Orleans, is a Tennessean, and Admiral Dahlgren, who has been trying to capture Charleston, is another degenerate son of the South. In truth, from Winfield Scott down, some of the bravest and most efficient officers in both branches of the Yankee service are native-born Southern men, who have deliberately preferred the wages of iniquity to the service of their country. There is no compromise between the enormity of such conduct and the crime of the Yankees. Upon the latter there rest no obligations of common birthplace, common associations, and kindred blood. Those kites and vultures were not hatched from the eagles' eggs. They were not warmed into life in Southern nests, nor borne upon Southern pinions in their first flights from the native eyrie. But the Southern renegade is "bone of our bo
The renegade Southrons. We have already referred to the fact that Gen. Thomas, the successor of Rosecrans, is a native of Southampton, Virginia. Commodore Farragut, who captured New Orleans, is a Tennessean, and Admiral Dahlgren, who has been trying to capture Charleston, is another degenerate son of the South. In truth, from Winfield Scott down, some of the bravest and most efficient officers in both branches of the Yankee service are native-born Southern men, who have deliberately preferred the wages of iniquity to the service of their country. There is no compromise between the enormity of such conduct and the crime of the Yankees. Upon the latter there rest no obligations of common birthplace, common associations, and kindred blood. Those kites and vultures were not hatched from the eagles' eggs. They were not warmed into life in Southern nests, nor borne upon Southern pinions in their first flights from the native eyrie. But the Southern renegade is "bone of our bo
Winfield Scott (search for this): article 2
The renegade Southrons. We have already referred to the fact that Gen. Thomas, the successor of Rosecrans, is a native of Southampton, Virginia. Commodore Farragut, who captured New Orleans, is a Tennessean, and Admiral Dahlgren, who has been trying to capture Charleston, is another degenerate son of the South. In truth, from Winfield Scott down, some of the bravest and most efficient officers in both branches of the Yankee service are native-born Southern men, who have deliberately preferred the wages of iniquity to the service of their country. There is no compromise between the enormity of such conduct and the crime of the Yankees. Upon the latter there rest no obligations of common birthplace, common associations, and kindred blood. Those kites and vultures were not hatched from the eagles' eggs. They were not warmed into life in Southern nests, nor borne upon Southern pinions in their first flights from the native eyrie. But the Southern renegade is "bone of our bo
The renegade Southrons. We have already referred to the fact that Gen. Thomas, the successor of Rosecrans, is a native of Southampton, Virginia. Commodore Farragut, who captured New Orleans, is a Tennessean, and Admiral Dahlgren, who has been trying to capture Charleston, is another degenerate son of the South. In truth, from Winfield Scott down, some of the bravest and most efficient officers in both branches of the Yankee service are native-born Southern men, who have deliberately preferred the wages of iniquity to the service of their country. There is no compromise between the enormity of such conduct and the crime of the Yankees. Upon the latter there rest no obligations of common birthplace, common associations, and kindred blood. Those kites and vultures were not hatched from the eagles' eggs. They were not warmed into life in Southern nests, nor borne upon Southern pinions in their first flights from the native eyrie. But the Southern renegade is "bone of our b
s of pottage — when he becomes a slave to a Yankee despot, applies the torch to the dwellings of his own native land, dips his hands in the blood of his own kindred — it is the grossest injustice to call him a Yankee--it is an insult to humanity to call him a man; he is not a man, but a monster. The Yankee illustrates the truth of the Scripture doctrine of the depravity of human nature; but there is no human nature of any kind in the character of the renegade Southron. It is the nature of Margrave, in the "Strange Story;" of a demon, having the outward appearance of a man, but not one characteristic or sympathy of common humanity. Time may efface the remembrance of the unspeakable injuries we have received from Yankee hands; the cities they have laid waste will be rebuilt, and the fields they have devastated grow green again; but all the healing waters of Time can never wash out the crimes of traitors to their native land. They will be execrated during their lives, and their child
Southampton county (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 2
The renegade Southrons. We have already referred to the fact that Gen. Thomas, the successor of Rosecrans, is a native of Southampton, Virginia. Commodore Farragut, who captured New Orleans, is a Tennessean, and Admiral Dahlgren, who has been trying to capture Charleston, is another degenerate son of the South. In truth, from Winfield Scott down, some of the bravest and most efficient officers in both branches of the Yankee service are native-born Southern men, who have deliberately preferred the wages of iniquity to the service of their country. There is no compromise between the enormity of such conduct and the crime of the Yankees. Upon the latter there rest no obligations of common birthplace, common associations, and kindred blood. Those kites and vultures were not hatched from the eagles' eggs. They were not warmed into life in Southern nests, nor borne upon Southern pinions in their first flights from the native eyrie. But the Southern renegade is "bone of our b
For sale Privately. --A likely negro man, 21 years of age. He has been accustomed to attending to horses and doing general work. Also, a saddle, bridle, buggy and harness, which is as good as new. I can be found at the C. S Carbine Factory, situated corner 8th and Arch sts, south side of Basin. Geo E D Baldwin. oc 30--2t+
For sale Privately. --A likely negro man, 21 years of age. He has been accustomed to attending to horses and doing general work. Also, a saddle, bridle, buggy and harness, which is as good as new. I can be found at the C. S Carbine Factory, situated corner 8th and Arch sts, south side of Basin. Geo E D Baldwin. oc 30--2t+
Jefferson Davis (search for this): article 2
What the meetings are composed of. --Col. Thos. M. Garrett, of the 5th N. C. regiment, offers a reward of $250 for the arrest of C. D. Sides, a deserter from that regiment. Col. Garrett says: "This man deserted on the 10th of May last, and was last heard of as figuring on the committee to draft resolutions for a meeting held in Forsyth county on the 26th August." A deserter drafting resolutions for a peace meeting! No wonder the administration of President Davis was denounced at such meetings. Deserters, of course, are opposed to sending any more men from North Carolina.
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