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Franklin (Ohio, United States) (search for this): article 12
Arraigning the Radicals. --Gov. Medary of the Columbus (Ohio) Crisis, is battling boldly with the Abolition Administration in reference to the war in a late number of his paper he says: In the latest news from Washington in the Republican papers we find this, viz: It has leaked out that official reports put the Union loss at Chancellorsville, in killed, wounded, and missing, at 28,000, 30,000 at Fredericksburg, and 25,000 at Gettysburg. These appalling agrees tell plainly what has become of the grand army of the winter of 1862. We can't bring back the lost, but we can, as Christians and patriots, make an effort before God and man to save a remnant of what is left. Again, in speaking of Lincoln's late call for 500,000 more troops, he asks: "Where are the million and three quarters of 'loyalists'--'war men.' --men for the Union with or without conditions — men fat and berated with contracts — men of the oath bound Congress, who cried for war? Are they ready to march
Chancellorsville (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 12
Arraigning the Radicals. --Gov. Medary of the Columbus (Ohio) Crisis, is battling boldly with the Abolition Administration in reference to the war in a late number of his paper he says: In the latest news from Washington in the Republican papers we find this, viz: It has leaked out that official reports put the Union loss at Chancellorsville, in killed, wounded, and missing, at 28,000, 30,000 at Fredericksburg, and 25,000 at Gettysburg. These appalling agrees tell plainly what has become of the grand army of the winter of 1862. We can't bring back the lost, but we can, as Christians and patriots, make an effort before God and man to save a remnant of what is left. Again, in speaking of Lincoln's late call for 500,000 more troops, he asks: "Where are the million and three quarters of 'loyalists'--'war men.' --men for the Union with or without conditions — men fat and berated with contracts — men of the oath bound Congress, who cried for war? Are they ready to march t
Arraigning the Radicals. --Gov. Medary of the Columbus (Ohio) Crisis, is battling boldly with the Abolition Administration in reference to the war in a late number of his paper he says: In the latest news from Washington in the Republican papers we find this, viz: It has leaked out that official reports put the Union loss at Chancellorsville, in killed, wounded, and missing, at 28,000, 30,000 at Fredericksburg, and 25,000 at Gettysburg. These appalling agrees tell plainly what has become of the grand army of the winter of 1862. We can't bring back the lost, but we can, as Christians and patriots, make an effort before God and man to save a remnant of what is left. Again, in speaking of Lincoln's late call for 500,000 more troops, he asks: "Where are the million and three quarters of 'loyalists'--'war men.' --men for the Union with or without conditions — men fat and berated with contracts — men of the oath bound Congress, who cried for war? Are they ready to march
r of his paper he says: In the latest news from Washington in the Republican papers we find this, viz: It has leaked out that official reports put the Union loss at Chancellorsville, in killed, wounded, and missing, at 28,000, 30,000 at Fredericksburg, and 25,000 at Gettysburg. These appalling agrees tell plainly what has become of the grand army of the winter of 1862. We can't bring back the lost, but we can, as Christians and patriots, make an effort before God and man to save a remnant of what is left. Again, in speaking of Lincoln's late call for 500,000 more troops, he asks: "Where are the million and three quarters of 'loyalists'--'war men.' --men for the Union with or without conditions — men fat and berated with contracts — men of the oath bound Congress, who cried for war? Are they ready to march to the reacus! Not a regiment nor a man for any purpose than home guards--the pig fending, lady-waiting, milk maid soldiery — and yet they call this a popular wa
y of the Columbus (Ohio) Crisis, is battling boldly with the Abolition Administration in reference to the war in a late number of his paper he says: In the latest news from Washington in the Republican papers we find this, viz: It has leaked out that official reports put the Union loss at Chancellorsville, in killed, wounded, and missing, at 28,000, 30,000 at Fredericksburg, and 25,000 at Gettysburg. These appalling agrees tell plainly what has become of the grand army of the winter of 1862. We can't bring back the lost, but we can, as Christians and patriots, make an effort before God and man to save a remnant of what is left. Again, in speaking of Lincoln's late call for 500,000 more troops, he asks: "Where are the million and three quarters of 'loyalists'--'war men.' --men for the Union with or without conditions — men fat and berated with contracts — men of the oath bound Congress, who cried for war? Are they ready to march to the reacus! Not a regiment nor a man for