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From the Trans-Mississippi. --Alexandria (La.) papers as late as the 10th inst. have been received. There is act much news in them, although they are brimful of a cheerful, energetic, and confident spirit. The Sentinel has Gen. Polk's name hoisted for Governor, and a correspondent says that there are assurances that he will undoubtedly accept if it be the wish of the people. There had been a flag presentation, at which Gen. Magruder spoke out in a very decided tone. Me is thus reported: "There have been demagogues who have harangued you about this being the rich man's war and the poor man's fight. The man who says so is a scoundrel! I use the term understandingly and in its broadest signification. He is a scoundrel, and your worst enemy. You are fighting for yourselves, to preserve yourselves from slavery the most hateful to be conceived. The object of the Yankees is to enslave this people, and place the white man beneath the negro in the social scale. Better far w
From the Trans-Mississippi. --Alexandria (La.) papers as late as the 10th inst. have been received. There is act much news in them, although they are brimful of a cheerful, energetic, and confident spirit. The Sentinel has Gen. Polk's name hoisted for Governor, and a correspondent says that there are assurances that he will undoubtedly accept if it be the wish of the people. There had been a flag presentation, at which Gen. Magruder spoke out in a very decided tone. Me is thus reported: "There have been demagogues who have harangued you about this being the rich man's war and the poor man's fight. The man who says so is a scoundrel! I use the term understandingly and in its broadest signification. He is a scoundrel, and your worst enemy. You are fighting for yourselves, to preserve yourselves from slavery the most hateful to be conceived. The object of the Yankees is to enslave this people, and place the white man beneath the negro in the social scale. Better far
From the Trans-Mississippi. --Alexandria (La.) papers as late as the 10th inst. have been received. There is act much news in them, although they are brimful of a cheerful, energetic, and confident spirit. The Sentinel has Gen. Polk's name hoisted for Governor, and a correspondent says that there are assurances that he will undoubtedly accept if it be the wish of the people. There had been a flag presentation, at which Gen. Magruder spoke out in a very decided tone. Me is thus reported: "There have been demagogues who have harangued you about this being the rich man's war and the poor man's fight. The man who says so is a scoundrel! I use the term understandingly and in its broadest signification. He is a scoundrel, and your worst enemy. You are fighting for yourselves, to preserve yourselves from slavery the most hateful to be conceived. The object of the Yankees is to enslave this people, and place the white man beneath the negro in the social scale. Better far w
From the Trans-Mississippi. --Alexandria (La.) papers as late as the 10th inst. have been received. There is act much news in them, although they are brimful of a cheerful, energetic, and confident spirit. The Sentinel has Gen. Polk's name hoisted for Governor, and a correspondent says that there are assurances that he will undoubtedly accept if it be the wish of the people. There had been a flag presentation, at which Gen. Magruder spoke out in a very decided tone. Me is thus reported: "There have been demagogues who have harangued you about this being the rich man's war and the poor man's fight. The man who says so is a scoundrel! I use the term understandingly and in its broadest signification. He is a scoundrel, and your worst enemy. You are fighting for yourselves, to preserve yourselves from slavery the most hateful to be conceived. The object of the Yankees is to enslave this people, and place the white man beneath the negro in the social scale. Better far w