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would sooner cut off his right hand. Abraham Lincoln understands, if Mr. Edward Everett does not, that the Union is a dead cock in the pit, and that he has killed it with his own hands. No matter what the original merits of the quarrel, the Yankee mode of conducting this war has made the union of fire and water a more practicable achievement than the reunion of the Southern and Northern States. The question of subjugation is one question; the question of voluntary reunion no question at all. If a vote could be taken in the Southern States whether we should reunite with the bloody murderers of our sons and brothers, or with the Emperor of France, or Austria, or the Queen of England, there would be one universal shout of acclamation for Europe. There is no nation on the earth which is so heartily detested and execrated in the Confederacy as the butcher nation of the North. Voluntary reunion with them! A union with hyenas, vampyres, and thugs is about as probable and practicable.
France (France) (search for this): article 1
e would sooner cut off his right hand. Abraham Lincoln understands, if Mr. Edward Everett does not, that the Union is a dead cock in the pit, and that he has killed it with his own hands. No matter what the original merits of the quarrel, the Yankee mode of conducting this war has made the union of fire and water a more practicable achievement than the reunion of the Southern and Northern States. The question of subjugation is one question; the question of voluntary reunion no question at all. If a vote could be taken in the Southern States whether we should reunite with the bloody murderers of our sons and brothers, or with the Emperor of France, or Austria, or the Queen of England, there would be one universal shout of acclamation for Europe. There is no nation on the earth which is so heartily detested and execrated in the Confederacy as the butcher nation of the North. Voluntary reunion with them! A union with hyenas, vampyres, and thugs is about as probable and practicable.
Dixon, Ill. (Illinois, United States) (search for this): article 1
yrotechnic which will celebrate Edward Everett's demise in that region where hypocrites wail and gnash their teeth. We will not argue the question with Mr. Edward Everett whether the people of the South, if left to themselves, would vote for the old Union. Suppose he induces his master Abraham to try the experiment. We ask no more. Let him call off his bloodhounds from every Southern State, disband his military, and permit us to do the same, and then, without a bayonet from Mason and Dixon's line to the Gulf, let the people of the Southern States vote for or against the Union! Let him begin the experiment with even the border States of Maryland and Missouri! Will he do it? He would sooner cut off his right hand. Abraham Lincoln understands, if Mr. Edward Everett does not, that the Union is a dead cock in the pit, and that he has killed it with his own hands. No matter what the original merits of the quarrel, the Yankee mode of conducting this war has made the union of fir
Negroes for hire. --We have four Women and one good Farm Hand for hire for the remainder of the year. Also, several basement Rooms, perfectly dry, with a kitchen connected, which we would rent to a respectable family. Also, a Stable, with three or four stalls. For terms, &c, apply to Clopton & Lyne, Office corner Wall and Franklin sts. no 27--2t
Negroes for hire. --We have four Women and one good Farm Hand for hire for the remainder of the year. Also, several basement Rooms, perfectly dry, with a kitchen connected, which we would rent to a respectable family. Also, a Stable, with three or four stalls. For terms, &c, apply to Clopton & Lyne, Office corner Wall and Franklin sts. no 27--2t
Botetourt (search for this): article 1
Wanted--1,000 negroes --We wish to hire for the year 1864, one thousand Negroes, to be employed at the Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, and at our Blast Furnaces in the counties of Rock bridge, Botetourt, and Alleghany, and Collieries in Goochland and Henrico, for which we are willing to pay the market prices. Having made arrangements for a supply of provisions and clothing, we can safely promise that servants entrusted to us shall at all times be well fed and clothed. Our furnaces and other works are located in healthy sections of the country, remote from the enemy's line, offering unusual inducements to the owners of negroes to send them to us. We would be glad to hear from those whose hands we have hired this years as early as possible, as to rehiring them another year, and wheather they desire that the hands shall be send home or retained under our protection at the end of the year. J R Anderson & Co, Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, Va. oc 26--3tawlm
Wanted--1,000 negroes --We wish to hire for the year 1864, one thousand Negroes, to be employed at the Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, and at our Blast Furnaces in the counties of Rock bridge, Botetourt, and Alleghany, and Collieries in Goochland and Henrico, for which we are willing to pay the market prices. Having made arrangements for a supply of provisions and clothing, we can safely promise that servants entrusted to us shall at all times be well fed and clothed. Our furnaces and other works are located in healthy sections of the country, remote from the enemy's line, offering unusual inducements to the owners of negroes to send them to us. We would be glad to hear from those whose hands we have hired this years as early as possible, as to rehiring them another year, and wheather they desire that the hands shall be send home or retained under our protection at the end of the year. J R Anderson & Co, Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, Va. oc 26--3tawlm
Wanted--1,000 negroes --We wish to hire for the year 1864, one thousand Negroes, to be employed at the Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, and at our Blast Furnaces in the counties of Rock bridge, Botetourt, and Alleghany, and Collieries in Goochland and Henrico, for which we are willing to pay the market prices. Having made arrangements for a supply of provisions and clothing, we can safely promise that servants entrusted to us shall at all times be well fed and clothed. Our furnaces and other works are located in healthy sections of the country, remote from the enemy's line, offering unusual inducements to the owners of negroes to send them to us. We would be glad to hear from those whose hands we have hired this years as early as possible, as to rehiring them another year, and wheather they desire that the hands shall be send home or retained under our protection at the end of the year. J R Anderson & Co, Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, Va. oc 26--3tawlm
Rock Bridge (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 1
Wanted--1,000 negroes --We wish to hire for the year 1864, one thousand Negroes, to be employed at the Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, and at our Blast Furnaces in the counties of Rock bridge, Botetourt, and Alleghany, and Collieries in Goochland and Henrico, for which we are willing to pay the market prices. Having made arrangements for a supply of provisions and clothing, we can safely promise that servants entrusted to us shall at all times be well fed and clothed. Our furnaces and other works are located in healthy sections of the country, remote from the enemy's line, offering unusual inducements to the owners of negroes to send them to us. We would be glad to hear from those whose hands we have hired this years as early as possible, as to rehiring them another year, and wheather they desire that the hands shall be send home or retained under our protection at the end of the year. J R Anderson & Co, Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, Va. oc 26--3tawlm
Henrico (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 1
Wanted--1,000 negroes --We wish to hire for the year 1864, one thousand Negroes, to be employed at the Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, and at our Blast Furnaces in the counties of Rock bridge, Botetourt, and Alleghany, and Collieries in Goochland and Henrico, for which we are willing to pay the market prices. Having made arrangements for a supply of provisions and clothing, we can safely promise that servants entrusted to us shall at all times be well fed and clothed. Our furnaces and other works are located in healthy sections of the country, remote from the enemy's line, offering unusual inducements to the owners of negroes to send them to us. We would be glad to hear from those whose hands we have hired this years as early as possible, as to rehiring them another year, and wheather they desire that the hands shall be send home or retained under our protection at the end of the year. J R Anderson & Co, Tredegar Iron Works, Richmond, Va. oc 26--3tawlm
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