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'THE WILL OP A PEOPLE RESOLVED TO UK FKEE IS LITTLE LESS THAN OilNJPOTKMV
WINCHESTER; TENN.. MARCH 22. 18C3.
W. J. flLATTEU; Proprietor.
Captain Semmes at Kingston, , pubuh the following imes in lieu
Jamaica. ! Fu,'" continuing L,ot. iiawkins' series of
,r , , j . , national und battle lyrics. Ho kindlv fur-
We have .a ready had some account m,hed tbese instead, from the Fn of ki3 friend,
Of the Cordial reception given to Sent- the gay and festive Hatcher. The refrain it
mes, the Captain of the Alabama, by " Drinit it Down," and we hero drink down a
the British merchant of Kingston, ivUt t0 " The Soldiers and tho I'oets of our
Jamaica, and by tie British bark John noble TRllWBee :'
Bouften, which arrived at Philadelphia A Health to Our Generals.
a few days ago, we have the following
report of the speech ho made on that
Capt. Semmes thanked the assera
blace and the public for the cordial
reception he had received, and express-
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Articles of much len"th. intended for i.nbli-
.ciiiion, nu-st he handed in iu the forenoon t.. i ed his dolight at the sympathy which
insure publication noxtditv. I he had detected in the community for
Obituaries, Tribute of ftcupect. and Funeral j j,;,0 cause he represented. When an-
Invitations charged i advert.sements. but ma:- proachinff our beautiful island, his first
nages and death published as news (J . n A. A . ,. ' r
Advertisements of charitable institution at l,mPrpflsl0ns were that feelings of pre-
half price, judice mieht exist against him, but.
with great pleasure lie found himself
lisappointcd and, instead, he found
ftes) Andy Johnson, the notorious
"White Basis' Abolitionist and scoun
drel, we observe, is at Washington City.
Jlis mission to that den of thieves, cut
throats, maruuder.s and vandals is to
urge upon Abe, the Apt, the necessity
of s nditii more "flop-eared" Dutch
and lager beer lopites to Tennessee to
s ibjugato those that honored him in
lays of yore, when the majority of the
voters of his State took great pleasure
in casting their votes for him as their
diainpioii atrd leader. This pusilluni-.
iu on s demon of degeneracy, steeped as
truo sympathy, und o.;uld add, with
t ruth, much friendship, ff'h.eers.
But why, after all, should he antici
pate any other reception? Had lie'
not come to a British colony, find was
he not received by Englishmen, and to :
whom more dear than to them were
freedom and liberty, and for what else
were the Confede-ate States fighting ?
Loud cheer.-. They had been called
".Rebels," but w er they '!
In England he had met the same,
cordial reception which be received j
here, nine-tenths of the people of that .
country being sympathisers with the:
South, but he hud found a few, only a.
be is in infamy and corruption, now (few, who asked whether he could sus
lares to further tarni.-h the proud os- j tain Ireland or Waies, were they to rise
cuteii.'on of Teanes-o-e, and like a real;!" rebellion against England; whether.
. .. i p. i, . i . ,, in such case, thov, like the South.
ffn i plc. v ive inifitrow.lv, so truth-. ,, . . . - rr ,. , t x. ,
. . .vonbl tint be rebels. He repli d,"No.
filly pietured oil n, (J. C. Posters, y (,ui enn(it;M f I.0(pacl
"New York by !as Light," he limU j under which tho St tes were united.
himself in the pre.-.euee of the Chief of: from the tirst day the thirteen were
meanness an l duplicity-Abraham tiso ! !,!S,,I7J tf'zether. each State had within
, , , , ." .. .. I..- herself her own sovereignty, and,
lt. Andy may read with ; i ot Ins: , . , Ci , . . .
' ' wli'ii the .Southern States desired to
'ht . power am) sophistry, an-i that : themselves from the North, what J hundr',1 d',!!:
old Spruigtield sinner may comply wii li more did thev do than follow thejtym
Air "Southern Toasts."
ITere's to IJeauregurd the brave,
LTnto whom "the tak we gn c,
To ring out the Union's knell,
Vhri tho walls of Sumter fell.
h'u caiinoii.4 there onep more
Drive the Vandals from our shore,
And a brilliant triumph gain,
As on Shiloh'.-: bloody plain.
Hero's a health to General Lee,
The defender of the frre,
Who through nil his country wide.
li her glory arid her pride.
On our herald roll of fame
There fchall be no prouder name,
And th" rreaths whirh twine hU hrow
Shhll be ever green as now.
Here's to Jackson " Old Stonewall,"
f ill your jjohlut one and all,
For on many a bloody field
AVe h im' S'-'-ii the foeniae yiel.I ;
Whei: hiii le-ions, rank on rank.
Came thundering on their lL.uk.
On our heros' lit there i.
Not a nMtT name thur. hi.
Here' to Jdhtwton ; ah ' to him
Kill your beaker to the brim,
For he ckitii-s t' render tree
t r n-.liV Trrmeee,
who.ie limhs tiie iron chain
Of the tyrant clanks apiin.
Til! y.iir beaker." to the brim.
Il'-re'.- ; lniiMe he.khh to hiui.
XPRFSSLY FOR TIH. DAILY BULLETIN
u" in the Fcd-nl ( 'on-i.-riptioti .-t
' i r T nil jier-K iis on the payment of thre-
l- ft nice a piece of inp'i.ui
saw Ironi the luu.i of w..Mh-'i
his Abolition pb 'adiiio-s, but mark our "inoinal example, when, as a colonial nuim.y. if. '.wii not only avi tii orth
-die i possession ot rmmnil, .Mnerica fouiit ' ; '"' " .. ... y y
f.r and trained her hberty LllJ , iiito th- rn,V. but It will rut mon-v Into tho
No thev were not rebels thev were I ?i,p w.u n? i .ir.i n .,,,.,,11, ;
ly satisfied with Confederates and the ; fighting for the cause nearest the felicitous r manner that tho wheels of his
liredietioti, it nul prove abortive tne
K si era ns cr"w of repliles are perfect
reception at MnrfVeesboro', and the ! heart of every man, and especially un
retrograde movement of Old II-.sv will! lishman' cheers. for that same
lihertv tor which hnirlishmen thera-
t)uyt)i-rmut cuv. be rreased without the least
danger of otTeDdinr the most fastidious. All
persons who are able to pny $300 will quietlv
range themselv-s on the si.le of tlie Adminis-
trauon and ?n lavor ot a vigorous rirosecul.um
Vi.t-i. 0 i t n A . t . f ti. r.li.w.!- ...it- fi.T.llto.
, , ' . j selves fought till the glorious advent.
lanivee uemonu:iiion in i.uoror iui,f)ft,e na Charta. Hear. But j .f the war. for it willbMo their interest to
jeUance toward (Jreneville, the former ' aunin. they had been called pirates, "i'l in preventing armed resistance to tho Gov-
Jiome of And v Traitor Johnson . 1 bat ! and boon accused of interrupting com-1 "nX ullt tbtbt U'fl Vwrn
1 c .1 P . . r - x?. class the c.av-lanorer, tho clerk on a small
vhvo is now occupied by decent, people m,,,c. nJ fl,rth"- .of nestroying En- salarv ftnd 1,;nnvll,t, ,rn wi!1 befoiced
-wlin Ri.nrn ti ..amo of "him who won'rl i "Ush PlvPrt3'- rhli ho Pnnunced a to shoulder :ne musket and take tlw chances
who spurn the name cdlumw ho uou.cl,f,lWi0(Hlfor(;n hjs wi,0-5 cai.f.or he ()flif, and dlath in the ,):iltU;.U(.M, tlf th(.
"steal the livery of heaven" in order to ! had never touched one dollar's worth South.
flervo the 'Devil and Ium an-el-'. 0 I of British property. THear, hear. : Another object contemplated .by the frair?
..... ' I m 1 " ,t ,' , .Jr j of the, mil was to impress Luropean nations
that we could hnfl language to ..xpreHs nie- he had seen through the blind with th vtltneli. (,r;h ni;litarv Mrpn,tll of
our utter confempt for such a dastardly ! mi'aro Proscntfltlo.nfS 'at would, under the. United States, and thus stave otl the mueh
.... . . ... . , . ' 1 tliO pretence or its Doing Ontisn, pro- dreaded event ot anv uitervention on their
illian as Jebnsn. His infamy hasjt(M t tv fair, hia prize, and ha T to stop the war. -s. ima ji,r,rier.
been recorded in havdes by His
property lainy his pri
Sa-! had bafflod siich nttemnts at, decention. ,
the throne of perpetual iniquity, where
tho worm dieth not and the fire is nev
er quenchod. and when the Lnfidel An
dy shall have shuttled olT this mortal
coil, and shall have bwen ushered into
tho hellish arena of graduated araal
gamationsists, free-'ovors, abolitionists,
Boecher admirers, Brownlow scumites
and the refused of all naiisna, -kindreds
and tongues, then tho Grand Carnival
POllT HUDSON. March 21.
The reported sinking of the tloop-of-war
Riehiiiond from injuries received on the niht
of the loth prevails Nothing definite, how
ever, has been ascertained.
Tho mortar fleet still occupy their old posi
tionout of range. Yesterday the enemy
fired slowly at our transport with long rano
guns, without eflcct.
A party landed from transports &r.d burned
the residence of Capt. J. llern.
Some activity prevailed among tho enemy'
transports for tho last two days, but no indica
tion of another attemqt to pass our batteries.
Twer ty deserters arrived in the last tu
days, and are continually coming in. Th?y
confirm previous reports of the demoralization
of Hanks' arm v.
Our batteries sustained no injury in the re
cent engagement, and are ready at all times
to give the enemy a warm reception.
.MOUILK, March 21.
The Adverti-er and Kcgister has the follow-
I ing (since otlieial) dispatch from I'emberton,
J dated theL'lst: "(;(,n J,,,, ia-i whipp.-d th.j
je'uuiy back from this point. They ure now
I in full retreat for Yazoo pass."
I The Appeal's l'anoia roj'-ej.-por.dcrit of the
j H'th jays the Federals engaged in the raid upon
Hernando retreated. The report of th jir hav
ing abandoned the Memphis nnd Uharlestor
lload is untrue, troops bing replaced bv new
1 4ii.e., the old garrisen bcini; taken to Memphis
I'hc! Mobile and Ohio II ail Load has been
abaii'iotied from Jackson, Tenn., to Columbu ;.
Five hundr.','l cavalry crossed Cold Watf-r
sixty miles Southwest of here, and moved to
w ard lioll v Springs.
Til-' Appeal earns ...f no now movements ui
Fort Hudson. Hanks is falling back to his for
tiii'-d cump, and n.anilVsM no disposition t.;.
D.-sirters continue ciuiiig in. All r'.'j.or'.
gr.-at dissatisf.viiun in th"ir 'ainp.
The fleet ci.utinut-ai out ol sigh!. 'Ihe to
ve.-s ! above have l.e.-n slowly .-tealing up thu
river. '1 h-y landed and 1.1 down a few j,ol"
of the telegraph line, carry itig oil' tho wire be
low Natehe7. The d;mag,i w;is cpiickly r.'
paired. f'UAF.LFSTO.V. March 2o.
All .jmet. The steamer Havelock sailed list
FKTKKSHFRO, March -0.
Snow commenced yesterday in tiie fornooL
and r ontir.ued without intermission ever since.
KIUnMOM). ilarch "0.
lie ported tax bill provides for raising
s) P0,00,o00 by levying a tax of cne ;er cent,
on gross sales, and 10 on gross profits, one on
sallaries not under l.V)0; on all ov r that amount
one per cent; one on th value of property !fce.
No one to be taxed but owners of said prop
erty, income or profits.
Northern dates via. Fredericksburg, fay
that rumors are rife that. Vicksburg is (evacu
ated. It. is supposed that, the greater portion
of tho fiobeis would go to Chattanooga f
overwhelm Foreruns. The- New York Time
says ft combined attack on Viokburg may be
looked for daily, for it will be impossible for
Grant to lcavo men and vessels to get off the
Ya.oo expedition, wher-t they now are. It is
probnhly intended that all the movements L
j . . i(,u.U'4 iTU.-H I. v li- .L..Sir'tUl'l. 1WV14,, , , Till li 1
tanic Majesty's secretary, approved by ! but, ho repented, never in his life had ; "E,'LK Boyd Miss Be le hoyd was
tho legions of Yanks that vie around , "p destrcvyed one dollar of linttsh pro- J scrcnauou m iv.ioxvme, j e.ui ., a lew
. . . . I iisi'tr. f'Clo.fti's 1 A fn.r n.4 otliorwisfl vftn?nep mm. Fx- im l.'l.ni.l-i Fi-.in
affecting tho coramerco of the North, Band; and beino- "loudly ealie.l for by
he admitted it, and, in ooing so could t,)0 ,ho l !lt ;t wind
do no more than to say that he follow , ' 1 . '
ed the examplein this respect of Great and InlIe the Jollowing laconic re
Brilain herself, who never failod vig- fiP0"'"5: . ... , , . '
iiantly to pursue the same course when T "faen, liko tteneial Johnston,
she had a war on hand. rHear. hear. lcan, fiSbt but. ca"t "pecches.
R ou aave my iicartieit tnank's tor vour i k., simultaneous.
that, aiart from national eonsidera- comjdiraent. 1 vt.rn..wsgenerHl1y unimportant. Yankee
tions even commercially tho world; A a-"WiJ7moetin"g in NeT
would benefit by a severance ot the yorlC) Mahonev. of Iowa, made th fol-
Sinn n f iaiyi 4hrt rV ah Y wlttlia tlifi - 7
" ft i " "Si", known now fourit to S roHed f one . ?
. j - j A , , .. ion arid iiiose men who iiiive careiessit
hjindred per cent, on goods from the ; d -vcd American citIx0llH of Uu
North, the Southern ports would-be t,houlddie up,mthrir bcM a natural
thrown open to the i world . Pron i Lyons MMt will bi owing to tho IbrUar
in France, would they get ullu , for their , of , American. '
wives and daughters from England, , .
broadcloth for the coats of their sons j origTnaT.Vinanu.script of
and themselves, and, who would say : (; . E1 ; ti f t sm.tIi
that, in tho coarse of time, they might baIf. Bi,oetj, written .over cloaelv end
future aboard for all those who wish to
become more familiar with that Prince
of Darkness, Andrew Traitor Johnson !
Fisg Chewing Tobacco. Wo were
the recipient yesterday morning of a
plug of tho finest Virginia Tobacco we
have seen since our sojourn ii the city
of Winchester. The Messrs. Brazel
ton are good samplers, and keep on
bond the very best branda. Those of
our friends that use the "weed" should
cll at tho "cornor" and they will get
not, as tho advocates of free trade, get
even from the Yankoea thomaelvoa
their onions and tbeir pailo 7 Hear,
hear, and a voice, "and woodoo nut
megs," laughter. Capt. Sscomes
again acknowledged the kindneea he
had received in most cordial and eflVv
muoh mutilated, sold at aaction iu Lou
don reototly iorM-o hundred pounds
titorijrig ' ,;
EgHjc&o'a-i Longwortb, the great
Wwtwo win grower, died at Cincin
itati on th 10th, aged eighty years,
;niwoth $ 15,000,000.
claim various ?uec'.sti over ur cavalry or
the 'Jeane.'se river,
Frien of Gold fell otf J percent, on the 10th.
The. Frivateer Florida roiled at Barbados
on the 21th ult., leaving ou the ioth. Wilkes
knew of her . whereabouts befo.-o L aving St.
! Tim Gaiiiar I "Wright with drtt-s Vb L'I..saT
that insurrection' has broken out in Hungary,
corresponding with that of Hollar. 1. He men
tions a rumor that Napoleon will recall th
French army from Mexico and trent with
Jaurez upon a re;ort by (Jen. Forney that
the popularity of tho Mcxi.'un l'reident in
sures re-election by universal suffrage. It
added that the French Emperor wished t
avoid a conflict with tho Northern St-itess,
though the aid they oiler the Mexicans nndth.t
unpleasant relations between Seward and Mer
cer, and the refusal of tho Washington Cabi
net to accept the last proposition? of Frui t'.