Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: March 2, 1865., [Electronic resource].
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The jubilation of the enemy over the fall of the little city of Charleston (a place which would scarcely make a good-size ward of the city of New York), after a siege of four years, and an over-whelming preponderance of land and naval forces, is equal to that of the French when Napoleon, with thirty five thousand ragamuffins, whipped the whole of Europe. As the little Confederate bantam lies in the pit, "its back to the earth and its face to the sky, " the great, big, unconquerable roosters, gobblers, eagles, vultures, and birds of every race, who have at last brought down the game little chicken, rend the air with their triumphant cries. They crowd round the diminutive carcase, turn it over and rip it open to see what it has got in its crop, and generally agree that such a terrifically sublime achievement as the subjugation of that small bird was unparalleled in war. After this, let the Czar look to Cronstadt and England to Gibraltar. If it requires only four years to take C