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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 May 1861

mt i'M■ " ^ S ■■■■■ ^v^as? ., III ■S&^V'S.. 'If ^#4' * WM ■ § . .«•*>; P fegg gg te'i ft. 0 ili k: ! IK ■ u'> ill if • t: il , >of! . , ««**•* ~' " * * on bad been J —The nob element people and mob Will lie1 Uhitod State*' troeps who design a$ tfc*>u*hB&Uimore, to flfeht their my thtoighi^ly«t^ ^«>c f.-'-viv- t 'She Railroad betweoo' Baltimore end Wash if^ton wsBto be ohsfcructod, and seme of the south of the Gptfenmiat, ud- I^uw lre A. defend Ha- #9 N*P pw^-vjuwym-yBw^s ■ . • S*f hoviH, April *#™ey * 4nti«ttf7GQ men patter Lincoln'* pi^lnoietwn. About; 1800 «wfe -*| 'liima^rp . PhAMphfr, April ^.-Commandere R. i.'v«g*,J ?• Lieutenants Spottojrood end Hagan, have -fr fit captains in the Virginia WTfiA :-^ii , , , Uarmtety April 25.—Paseengerswho have $m*ei from Baltimore, represented matters Ukarrw being quiet. Wholesale bwnaea houses have closed. All over tbo age of 14 are required to enlist res as volunteers for the defenee of the FSamUtsa in large numbers a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 May 1861

r"^ • v? • • Jv"V *;3P 7vf fen?* -. • | ■ ~ 'I:;.'-.[ jfc $ ;.K5f^V-V. g|p|p^r v - , {|V ' - T-; - ( «©SS^uS^i?sSf — She brought ^ovefthe ofioea „. uiliee of the UStwope pt M. Our a cn with ColrVan Dot* aneoee&j jfecsptariiig ail the U. frtroops at swloear lianoU, together with several piece* of nn. ^jand iome five hundred minnie rjflea. The rifes were brought here,and the eanncfti left iot ^,iige of # detachment of Colonel Van Dorn's volunteers also took possession of the -tenners and two schooners that the U. States ■ ■ troopdj bad taken possession of and armed.— I jj,c ©Seers and families are on their way home. MoBt of tbem are Virginians. Full Particular*. Galveston, April -7, 18til.—The steam dip G«n. Rusk returned this morning from lBdiaaqkj bringing intelligence that the U. S, troops at that point, between four and five hundred in number, under^cowniand of Major Sibley, bad surrendered to the Texas volun- teers, some 800 strong and commanded by Col. flenry McOullough. It ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 11 May 1861

SSB Bliip ■A ': wsmssssm m mm ili i Ij ! ;> £\ S i \ step i Stt&i tientow^t** t . _ Itrt totthaa In* not Wore bees Tkafir- ;n*aboat tea ^7 ikd lmrhim fM as dark at Erebus, i worked with -rigor, and their r««i heardvith aatnnishing distinct i blowing in shore.— lurid sheet of flame was , end then another and another me die report readied the earn. was grand. Sometimes a ehelJ rbost in mid air, directly over the doom- ed fortreaa, and at all times the missiles of thii> character could be dictinsniehed in their oourw* by the trail of fire left momentarily behind J&MSIh Mill... beinc informed by the manAj*crs trbo pat up ^©nat^w, that thei call was forwho Hp nstae, and tlisptwod Newspapers throughout tho State will far Aftvotf, andbenefit the cause, by pal iug the above one time. , ' * j U P. MODRALfc. R. A. VAN HOB*. Corsicana, Texa* Airiril 3d 1861. j Saturday Moraine The tie from all the forts, Sumter included, and from the batteries c( the Confederate States was kept u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 May 1861

L* Fomtfcia- " Mto a iM ;.a T *M'?c CHARLES ID e M OH SB, /«"rf : Si5?vF. iao op tob rasa VOL 18, RED BITER COD STY, TE X A S, 5 At OR DA I, MA Y 18,1861. MESSAGE PRESIDENT )AVIS, exist between the county and Stste in which it 18 situated, and by which it was created. This isthe lamentable and fundamental er- ror in whuih rests the policy which has cul- minated in his declaration of war against these T . . ' Confederate States. In addition to the lone Gentlemen oj Conyres*:—It a my pleasing > continued and deer-rooted resentment j felt by ♦« ««« * at * ' the southern States at the persistent abuse of To the Congress of the Confederate States of America. duty to announce to you, that the Constitution framed for the establishment of a permanent Government of the Confedej ite States of Amer- ica has been ratified by the several Conven- tions of each of those Sta'es, which wer^ refer- red to inaugurate the said Government in its loll proportion, and upon its own substantial basis of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 May 1861

I 1 IS li I ! li i If m ill W;|i ■S8! 3;j ].i. ■ i ! . Hu*tQn,Robert 5. —Eight hundred mv ■. mm mm in the northern |(w Members of the have bad * conference President. They admitted the right to oropthe Stale, bat nk- evilsof military Occu pa- May 6.—A letter from Lonis- ereateAgreat excitement. iitaiSB thata thoroughly organised plan ban aed upon to eat Off the water from MMl tHen born it, as also the citi«s of L illad Boston. Precautionary meas- ureshareb««o adopted. ' J ! Batfmore Mag 6.—Advices from Washing- tan state that demonstrations will soon bo made against Alexandria and|Norfolk. Jfem York May 6.—It is reported that a oolfision has oeearred between two vessels at the month of the Potomac. Baltimore, May 6*—'The city is quiet.— Fort.Madison is in the possession of the fed- eral troops, and the stores at Fort Mo Henry were also taken possession of yesterday. The Virginia Legislature has adjourned till tin 12th of June. The Convention is still in session. Gen. Harney in addre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 May 1861

a* jgtt ml fn<r I nflf j r. Cnwfcrf «dW &• m p. Smith was appointed J. "p a««r® Secretary, and b<1 resolutiuus a ere ojnammously •Thk^s, Abraham Lincoln, President of the Northern States of America,; has inaugu- rated a poKcy to OQerea the seceding States; tod to carry ont said policy, has called oa the Northern States for 75,000 men, to force upon the South a policyt ia our estimation, degra- ding humiK&ting, and subversive of' onr in- terosts ; and as we are in a state of war with Lincoln's government— r u C Rtsolmi, 1st, That wc disregard all politi- cal differences for the timo~being,aiad that we pledge onr property, our hgnor, and our lives, in defence of Southern rights and Southern institutions, and that we will resist to the death, any attempt at an invasion of our soil from any sourcc whatever. _ J R&ulted, -d, That we believe it would be good policy, under the circumstances, to ap- propriate the treasure of onr county of Fannin, to the purchase of arms an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 18 May 1861

b'ti i -H I i si •M 1 ; '* 1 • fit s' I 1 !l £?■ ■III cii :j)ji F1 * i i K • * ill h iiiH r'&m lis m \m W *1 01 «? FM. & Bxmm- Do&n, and hddemtt, dec.,dr. JHtpatch. last evening assure •tares tad ammu- Ibrcea, after pis enormous, **** •«**<* «tia snitiltr the - ifctaisiagtfthe Navy d trttr eorHwpoodenoe confirms the fact.— The goM in many instances were imperfectly apifcadin the bony sod alarm of the Federal ineeadiariss^aad are in no resneot damaged We eopy from the Norfolk Herald the follow- ing aaftitifl if the exciting events : ■ On Saturday and Sunday the greatest excite- ment prevailed in the eity. Troops were hur- raing to and fro and Mfery one anxious to know what was to be done, bat unable to obtain the denied information. The rumor was that • the Cumberland was aboat to jwil from the Navy Yard, and preparationsjrerc made to pre- vent her. s , , At 12 o'elock an officer came from the yaw, bearing a flag of truce, and was conducted; to Geo. frliaferro's headqu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 May 1861

ftp m pupil* aad •N.. :.<) i alM- • witt i iir ■i gfgi.S w mm ■ i i ' IS ;sfti::; IjK ; - OBARLBS DeMORSl, H *KM SHALL OU* li§ ::M wrtf—V .^r#. M J*sSS S® 'if- HP* Rflj ",'" 'v OF VOL 18, re CLlBKSVILLB. JlED R1VEE ;S|A^ Ma j DeMorsk :—The "Bed River Hone ruard" was presented by the ladies of Clarlts- Tille Saturday last, with a most beautiful flag. Copies of the address delivered by Miss Bell Gordon and response of M. U Sim«, Esq., on that occasion have been obtained far publica- tion and are herewith transmitted to you with the request of the cpmpany, that they may ap- pear in the Standard. 1 Wm. CRITTENDEN, Capt. Com manding Home Guard. jj. C. Golld, Ord'y Sgt. ADDRESS OF HISS BELLE GORDON> To the Red River Home Guard. lirntlem'ii, of the Red River Home Guard : With the most intense feelings of diffidence and pride, I appear this day before you, on be- half of the ladies, who have prepared this flag fur jour acceptance. With feelings of diffi- dence, lest, through my inabil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 May 1861

3PW?SP? .Hi 3 * foree to Amer possible me*n*if| ■ *4bte ' '•* ' f I,/ Attempt* have tan made to 'wd;yt N* ■*"• tren^ on iwteat ax- >ath fai t ahj^flpql sqqp pat about thine is quiet ion tha Potomac. Gen. Ite is aawwuy hi* foroea on the banks of the ^Har£«r' Ferry is protected hy 4,000 Vir- -(^inbm, 1,-060 Alabamians, 800 Georgians, end ; SOOj&entaeky Riflemen. . - jj ' >• ; Baltimoranns, armed and equipped for im- mediate sorviceare going to Richmond in aufli- cdent numbers to form a rewiment. All are on tbe alert at Riehmond in antici- pation of an invasion of Virginia by Federal forces, which is daily expected, -j Tho French arc to evaeuato Syria on tbe 5th Jnne. .• ! Gen. Garibaldi, Count Cavonr and Gen. Ci- aldini are felly reconciled. | The Confederate Congress has passed an act authorising the President to accept the servi- ces of volunteers, while the war lasts, without regaid to their place "of enlistment. Another act was- psisscd authorising the*Postmaster Gen- er...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 May 1861

i ' ' I ' ' ' I . -;/ ■•". ; '•-•a"'' • i ! |SE- \ i&i m fr -v 4: n *?Tt WWT': ? ^ r fto Ordbunoe and the Convention. j following is the ordinance for the adop* fioatofthe Constitution ofthe Provisional (iov- of the Confederate States, of America^ pegscd the Virgraia State Convention oo f Ae 25th : ' ' ;1 ' :i" ' t ' yfe, tbe delegates of the people of V<rgbia,; in Convention assembled, solemnly impressed '•Wthe perils which surround the CoinmoM- aud 1 appealing to the Searcher ot liearts, fur tb e rectitude of our iutsatioas in teaming the jgravo responsibility of this act, fo by this ordinance, adopt und ratify the Constitution « tbe t'ruvidoual Government of the Confederate States of America, ordained gnd established at Montgomery, Alabama, on the eighth day of February, eighteen hundred #B<j sixty-one; provided that this ordinance shall cease to have any le^al operation or etfeet, if the people of [this Commonwealth, upon the rote directed to! be taken on tbe ordinance...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 25 May 1861

L ! Mi •v ®ilmmm sixty-odd men, We meet every Yours, Ac.. : W. B. STOUT. (be in this thitik hate a ocm- «f ttarvin's Saturday for ksi m m w«« m-ssm Wb£M and Gen. Lee tfie immediate P$wf 5W=S ffe«* jr. *, Bit, and Marqaez when they were eaptuted. *fr Tata- - the i pioo two yenis jago, j tho country would have me been the better fur the shooting. The Indians in the State of Sons* We rev- olutionized and set up fur theina^lTos. It is thought that they have bven ircitod to thin course by the Americans in Ariannn, for tbe PUBLIC MEETING. ji In accordance with bnbfie notipe, a portion the eitiienn of precinct No. 6, met at smith's > on Saturday the llth May, 18(31. i,motion, Rev. Elisha Trimble was called |cTGhair, and A. IN. Fulbright appointed j—t|te object of the meeting being ex- bv the Chairman. Btiop, W. B. Stout, H. F. Murray, S. £MMn, L. G. Hancock, and H. 1). De Berry Were appointed a committee to report resolu- tions relative to the sen^e of the meeting. | The committee, afte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 June 1861

!;-] • ci! • if A ei. i fe- ll! i the b to a it a. || H* KiT •■• >$ iitnom ««nis' 3sk! is im chablb8;l>eMO RSvb^H %rasBAtt# gStfli i VOL. 18, CL ARESVILLE, RED TE IA-Si'iS A T GO A f, J U H I; 1,1861. BtlUmom LATE NEWS. -nffrrmbw sex^vkkslmei^ PH'AOK AND MR.LINC ft will be remembered that, on| Saturday J Hon Anthcnv Kennedy and J. Morrison {f^. had an interview fri&i Provident Lln- ajs«ben ®te jfolMlfeg eonverration took havjngannounced the objett ,U-visit to prevent further bloodshed, aad a recall of the orders issued .fnar the lament ot' tro°P8' Jjil'cah>' re,trriu« tofck« *yt jf M essrs. Dobbin-, Prune aud Bond,aad julnjwer which he bad made to^hmr rettresee- Jfiffis. added: "My God, .Mr lUrm l don t jo** *hat t sent me Aem.'" M r- i iai-rif replied that, he kuew noth- J\ ^,,1 that; he came as ft citinon and arep- Jeutttive, to state tacts as they eafeted, and to ^ .{.at the attempt to send any more troops lirru'-'b Mirylstid would only lend to a battle, ,„d •"very s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 June 1861

Wm J31I Zt<; torn ffilJIW i- !"' -'i: i*y?'-i- Ip^PlpSP liiHI -r '3*1 i *?• j,tl '- £&$m ' ! t r ; 1 p: ill J: 3? i; | i: 1 ii' :i if; J il f r: •'; T' I V m hU im r ill liil 111! fard. The* Totk Ipbiwiw. kii-KSai ^..^to^awns 34.—The Britiah bark New Tout, at the BMQth lo nua JVMK'-vHp1 eivtii the WM eea pnse. A Istter firoas Virginia states that from 50, 000 to OO.Ofc) troops aire in Virginia, oonoen- tratmf i| or within hail of Richmond^ Norfolk aad'Harper's Ferry. The letter also states the «M « a large amount of European inai, and ample stares of powder and perewnott eape ng} machiass lor loaking saps. Jt#- Casey, of Pennsylvania, has hen appointed Judge of the Court of Cbum%viee Searboroa resigned. Boston, May 24.—The steamer Mississippi aaifid this morning sad returned, having bro- ken her machinery, and also keing her an- CiAd^kpolu, May 24-Oov. Denniflon, of Qhip was serenaded here last night. He said the Constitution and Union must be maintain- ed. That traitors and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 June 1861

Ibt I with „ tpat -the \Sf+ ritb- Iwilfc 'tit {itmt, the ex- fund 5ost- |Uni- it l 7 ismmirw l^pilFiorea^ ^taiaristia political , at the nresent monent Deoember •indebaao. mpletely ah- the oity of TL.nrennt« Uemni, at the great pod audacious Jobber j perpetrated late last Monday night, or TTverv early hoar on Tuesdat morning, in tue galla Delle of the Uffixi. 191 rings, ol -hich many are among the i*f t precious bio ® in the *orld—one the work ofBenven- bW (jollini; the head ot" a wai*?iof, enameled i ad set in diamonds; vases ornamented : with i rabies and diamonds; the richly wrought han dies of other famous lapis lazuli and jasper eap8> the celebrated gTcen cameo, with its ruby (rioir-*a booty, in short, which the journal represents as not less than l,OOO,0OOf in val- ue, bat which it is whispered, may he rated at thrice the sum—all this has disappeared at one fell swoop, and as yet no trace of' the plunder- er hw heen discovered. The ring belonging lo Cosmo di Medici is alone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 1 June 1861

• t j m it -ii tfli I1 M- w I ft: :^|i ii* jit 4 St Ik s:f lv faiii H iF . i mmM Jane of •-. - .♦■>- A j. r/$****.•-£ 1 into MWlN^a- ft ! | i|^:f5nni3atiWl|tJrtl^^'W preVi- ' juj unmed. " * . I By. a, wily policy the ftelilte lord has, nutn- ! beriK mom twenty thw*yb*e© enticed to leaTo th nver.As aoon m thiawMmanafced, the I ftne mil CaStOn torches 88ltiPsWS^! ^oost boats to the anchorage . at, <^%n|^w. aboat ten of twelve milts l*p^ '&£ aUtmn. To carrjoot this refrolutKM),*' large body of na : tive militia and marineawere collected, chiefly from Qaemoy, and AmoyJ * i^fifral war junks anttana^^allaway bo^ts «t<p ■fitted «P am* the entire foree wad put rnORifr the command of Commodore" Woo, a Brave and ficrce fellow dreaded by his awn clan Is la , an of war, and hated J>^tSSt<fei9€ va^ jiI!«fei- f Commodore Woo has beeo- on the watchfully aotieinating the awtC ihiT lihis outside foe would make to bolt past biastationand ascend the river in a collected hody." ^Tlle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 8 June 1861

'"'■■'//Slisv ~"'H< m sP* <■■■•' • WMmi&l j|w|™„__ «sy. i$i ■■■■',-, .:■. "-' :-:\' ' v - vWV jji' ^EpS^Sr - J" ^ I® t , ■- ■•''":■&•; -..j-\": -• V Mn " - -'7 ■MB«iiJaf«wte.-e.iSS4yy> A- •;•• - j"'!" Iti^'. :^ft „--~J '■>;'$ ^S¥' •.* ': pBl-:-.;' ^PljpPiii ■Pll #1 j •!:••> . ! i • p^S* &i _-$j •*■.-■ CBABLESDe MOSB1, !?# tfkmBhd ■•" s i •.-■ -' ~!$?ijp;£ |ga^Mfe£ ' \'S ■' -i^ J |s<g®I WIM |^^/V*; "<W fi£g£f&3 Mtefc Sl«p| .UF . kr * 'V -~?a v vta *m>" "** '^^^■jr :':M->& -fy^fr <kt '. I mMm Li;., ' f : LOHO SHALL OUH BAjrtTHR HHATB THB "BMBBKM TH1 RAnODOf THB ntl VOL 18, CLABKSVILLE.RED. RIVER CODNTf,TEXAS,SA T#f D ATTUNE 8,1851. AN ENGLISHMAN'S VIEW OF THB AMERICAN CRISIS. Russell a first Letter from America. From the London Tirana, April 17th. ^asiiinoton, Wednesday^ March 20. If the intelligent foreigner, who is supposed to make so many interesting a&d novel observ- stijons on the aspect of the countries he visits, *plj| 0Q th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 8 June 1861

■ V pfl! few M WvJ> .■ 5' s^Sa :'if I*-. ' < f j| 5 ■ r ill ml *•< and derir* for mm This tLe sue ■we ?ee manifested hjere *0 ctiir ^section. slane; bni W^miry city town and village ta/fk hamlet of the South.from * thirty Grande, oar mothers and _ ^jtwerk' with hearts and bands; and we tarty believe, when the conflict comes heavily upon OMnJthc invasion by the black- hearted fanatic letriojns of the North begins to sbrend for iand wide, threatening to blot un oat of existence, then thousands of our noble hearted womeq, gnided and protected by him w ho rniseth up and easteth down nations, will rise up in one phalanx, in defence of ail that is sacred anddear to a* as a Southern people. And nO# fellow-soldiers, when urged on by this powerful element of patriotism, combined with tho smiles of a benign Providence, and the motto ! " "That oar trust will We proclaim In oar God Jtho'ik's name, inscribed upon our hearts, can we, for a mo- ment, doubt the justness of our cause and ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 8 June 1861

___ jtlo looks * *^7|Wi inli ir wtfynMt audi Mwt «|i)fc>" and dog. i mb na aog. He bears tha sug ,jay'sshooting better that xmmy 'of T-wr*^tirB moenUineere, and he pmm* llj oa saoh excarsioM before sonnse. J le a very light breakfcst, merely a plaee TTj^d d a iliee of odd meal or ekaiMt "vjgjj he eats like a peasant, without sitting J able; bot he always makes a hearty dim sr, tyiag aside all etiquette,without oourt or ehaB- CtaStonday, the day of general reoeptiotfa . palace, the doors are thrown open at jll o'clock, d anybody who feels disposed may Iter till 3. if any person desires a private •ndience, he most apply by letter, and on the ^now ov following day, he will surely obtain it for Victor Emanuel opens all his letters himself- , - • ■ "One day, when outshootmg, he met a peas- ant, who, on seeing the king laying down to partridges, right and left, with hia double-bar- n*led gab, went up to him and said : 'You shoot well, you do.' 'It was not a miss, was itv' responded the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 8 June 1861

m n 11 ; i if 33 k! I If £ i • i f BILL 4BF ABB, LDIKflOBN. are to Inform these few lines tm. We got your iIih# pat ob on h*s oo no hid W to moro time. The to have s lew 3 wnte you fact is, we are toil to stand &> t&sm. **«*• to fj Wm-. Whose Lone Star has Men the people; Upon tkeir right* ah areas eye Is lud—m upon a steeple the traveller sees tiki the Ay. spirit guides thy pen, iulates thy ceaseless voic Not Nor modulates thy ceaseless voice; The maxim—-"measuresand not men," Has been thy ever faithful choice. While others drooped—the ban beneath, Of potent masses oft defied; Thy strength increased—thou didst but breathe For them—and gloried ia thy pride. It erst has been—and still shall be, Until all earthly things shall end ; Who would be Standard* for the free. Must truth with triumph ble&d. Bom Grots, May 27th, 1861. C. K. L. NOBLE SENTIMENTS. While the journals of the large cities of the North, with scarcely a single exception, are urging, with savage ferocity,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Standard — 15 June 1861

farespondence One month, and one day hare elapsed since *, Lincoln and his cabinet were installed ' at W*hingt°n Long previous to their acdes- Joo * P°wer'or rat^er to of®®®* re volu- tin of the South had assumed the aspect of an independent government. When the new ad- BiDwtrttion tried to direot the horses heads, (W found that the reins wore cut and all they rovld do was to sit on the stage coaoh 4nd take their chance of felling intoja soft place, or of the fiery steeds coming to a ptand still from ex- haustion. A montn ago and the States treas- ury was nearly exhausted; only some $37^,000 vas forthcoming to meet demands and require- ments four times as large. The navy was sea tiered all over the worldj at stations by no means accessible; the army pc6wd along frontier lines, between which and |he northern states was interposed, the expanse of the Southern Confedcrjation; the officers disaffected to the government, or at all events so well affected to their individual sovereign Sta...

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