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Publication: Galveston Daily News Sunday, May 28, 1865

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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - May 28, 1865, Galveston, Texas                                -A-iid Correspondence. J ONy M.n.v The history; of- the ron  in broad th iu 1361) thCi people called a.couriHitiou, or naUoiui rosist'.tho'domination bffoVoighcis and the oppressions of the native They.'cstab- ;ished a-government and raainminecVa.varyinK con- test for 150 years', -n-lien country- placed ilxelf lin'der the prot.ectioh.of the wlio sold .of St.- George'of -The to the Turks.-..-T.hu war. Jasted .niaby Corsicans-oniM-iBd rcoantry, .lirst to Prance-; then to England and finally to.Austria; but eiich dec'iimsd-1'he-gift. -Still the people boutinned the at last; the 'I708., despairing'ot'.'thc'coriquest of the it to same .Tear Lhat 'X.abole.pn parte, ivas born in sinall seaport of.; tho' islandi -.At inhabitants. w.iro'.aUniitted to'a, full participation in'the rights common to iM'p.nch' citizens; but', iu F'noli and some uthnr leading men of the island became.dissatisfied the.pi'o- PuUie.Ubr'ariea a-.-idoraies Vers "establislieil in' all'-tlio largi i'et theso conouerors expelled from :j from tli.j mid Corsica Juiiiexi-d tq-Kng- and. .-A wna lip'il the' jviiy- rimicut. of (lie island entrusted ton lirUMh yicuroy: people soon became asain .anil nrhulttnt; tho'Uritisb ahaudoneil iluv r'onulry. in it annexed to Krani't1. "ndur iratfiction of it still rnniiiiii.-i vaiieriisntt' follow'1. them' to. This. however, ilid notftvrevenl the mrtbreakl) 61 lifiiirrectiu'n supprerUf.'V waV inert and execui- Tho Vinegur'.nill, anrl the with .'lire ancV.'s'ivofil. R'bb'.t: ed liir'atte'mpiing I1 mm; peiiovabll; ropeiil'bf almost' 1328 of is siiflicieiit.vi.eX' the Ipro of 'liberty7 and the heroic will-to' .x-n'.esd fork, in a people who have- once enjoyed It may'.be. as.Byrbn self- p.iycd the. way to'the 'uf the -Frnsri. of tliu liyisantiue Empire, vveru the .slaves For rwre. than tlitce years v.'as looked upon V.y :Ue world JH the rKoviisiou of an extinct- -.-ac'i: thmr patriotism as dead. Mtui a darkness, liKe thiit- of r.'ic to   ihi1 JJUblic It.H to bi oped., however, tlml.ihe. ultiiuai.um of ih Lou-: received ant lid hefortt the peoji'lt'i who stiyip'osoi i.be t.he in; ihe' war.'-rtiH1 liu may still b'e'ihbuglii. tii bnyii .in MX'' se.ttlfiinbn'Cor the 'terms 'at lionEu :t us hfjpe" that we'aro-niii tu utidiiions nud -frc'.a'nu.irt; uiu.l bc-Opiye.n.to th in the ease It; is'lp- oweVei-v ihat be tei'jiiireii IP'ren'i-al th' :e Heceistiort rt.ncf 'aubb oonslitiitionfl royisions iiieomputible'wilh' the. Ctin titiriou'of ihe Cnileil it'iiil thiU'tio elli en. will bo u.lloweil ip vnle or ho'li.ro.liice wbr O.P9 not, takc.ahe imth- to support iliat Instru ni'Di. u. ch.nngp, t( gs'pT a lurge p'ropoi'tiou our riri' lie eit'ectedV remains tp-be'seen toi-rs' -.L'-f1.' 'wTib-'State roops Ihe is'nmler the proteisiian ot i u ir 1 of abou c two huudrud cilixuns, actir.t, inflB'r.aiCliority.of 'the corjmration.'tn'pr'eserv prniecL persons iiiiii pvopyruy o The ruiiiova.1 of 'ibu .Cuiiivdorut roops. att-eiided. with no uiolf.stai.inn of pri ale'properly'worth nnd the. hios fieiiilly iVeliiig snimeil' pre.vnil luiuvee: SuJ.iiP bee nights, but Pjoncl IBS: "pi'iiVnilert ni Cul. Geo. .H.-Sweu't arrived iu Ibis oil; rom Shreyoppi't by .the last. Central iraiu. Hi fas tra.yelccl.pyur a '-large atrt'iaa'af couu us 'that 'tlie prospects. iof crop iver.c iievtr'beUer.than at this time. .ludow ,he crops of wbuat, anrl nats are lio Otisidere'rl scctirp. against nil bi'diriar.y 'ebntia jeneies, nn'd'Colgriel .Sweet believes they nr ully erjual to the- boat crops riiade in tin' ScaltiV- Such' lies of bruadstnft's an gen.sJr.atly.'Col. Swuot- says :it .cocnmnmlors of; ability, iu. the. Sheridan anil Slierman. T.hese.leaders; rilled and .disciplined their ley were it fpr-ever.y emergency of; war, and this Wjudo.ue.'thc.cii.d I' rjl tp.prevuil .in actual, inflict... in y.isciptinu enabletl; lem to yi'ctbry. Their.cay-. Confederate uroii.es and stroDgiiolds. Montgomery is captured; Mobile -ii Iikely.tr> J'pbnstqn'a army ert. I'lul is evidently close at .'April 1-E.tUK ry, which attlie beninnihs; of tbe-warv the'jCpiiferleratbs-, Is tic e.nt, and they knbyj'jhpiv.'tb; useT'it'n'illi .Spiithenirt-f57u.nde.rt-oolr ,a great cnterpi it-out. and with won-' erfiil ainr.icity.aii'dobsl..inacy, but.they were'riot' roiig.enpugli. fur. the'.Aybrk. They had genius' fatled-when op'pbseil 1.1. o backed .by siiperior. During-tbe recent visit, or the' PrcHidcntrof.'tfie L b'uited thlHcity.I rcmirk -that'tli'o :ir.cay-.j pOHOe of wbibh.hls. the. '6'mt bo the' forerniriner are'riow.'be-? lomin'g influence of lii.s ate misslonera at Virginin'j-lodim'' men have been discussing the proprietyl'ot.boldly1 naagnratlng measures of conciliation and peace! in-herbwn a'ccoiiut.1'. The fact Si'onrce that' Legislature, in-ae-; cret'sciypn, appointed a wait; oil' Jelf. Davis'ana himiwhether or; not t ivna'his purpose tP'evibuate BLIVIS, feiring-Bomety'il result from a direct to Vtb'b exercise of of. itoeU'.niUst tlisTriiuch'ise, naby..of. the ii lust Jong what. Iroiunil to. .over by Cioye'r- ora aent'the.rh, pi- bv.ii iu'njoritj of thsir.inhabi- ,enil. at, lust, iiiul the', grent li'olli...' nrnlispjnico lor aii over-iiiuichecl' i-iiemyito Najxileoti'sa'rbiy.cbiil'd-.cpiiut series of tliurf 'the arriiy 'They weie-viclorious iiutil no aiore Io be ob'tuinijil1 liy'h'iimtiri ;alor, and then lliuy fell with lianor..Two go nHght'lavu.uao-.ipecl.to the Kederalo 'made moves willi vs ni'iuilrrapiility'iiUfl'iiUiick !is NiipoU'on's'Mar- hals'.; Thii'vKeiiur'iil iirmy.i.-i Vnlitlfil ID rnnjc vui'y first iif'uiitiliiry nnlions. 'All itti'iniils tii ustablisb; u S.tnLln'rn Con'.'eiliM'iioy be uliandutieU. Witli .ol' the Southerners Hie ililli Ilifl-Vilcral fJoVeniment. sot resloi.'u'tion ul Feilerul rtuiliority and ro- liHU-tiju -ofiriu "South to over- LilnmuHtrrtlion. lies the curiqu'ost if-lhe South nnd'r'oslpral.ipn'ol tno U-nion. In the fon-e'of1 'politiciil prnlilcrii-i nS unexnmplcfl iUunujyi c.ti'Ttini.'y. returni ut iind irtgeumut of; the ualiomtl as F-, uru.iu: may .-tvppe ;r. insigniti- strong, sympathy reii.-f.or the. Spnlb'uU itiielligunee.' ol'-Iiee's siirreudcr wusreceived :with grc-rit satisfaction, causing. iiK-reuKed. e.tulldetic1 circlus. Iliu; Govurnment. ul NVusl'iiniitoh. '.br .joiio of. the. tfreiil.eat ;iliffleull.y fell -to aigroat people., vlt. to unfi 10 to unite. :nml.'. Io: restore. Tlio wr-s purl eonsiRts in ttiii.nutioTinl ao fer-is... whieh .the rupture whicli. was: trr'iigjrravaLe.'nnd lint once, tu re- movf. We.know: not .whure l.ti..look: for that happy ixt'nni; of.-Briiiness.--. tenderness .and to ublic. discontent irKlch the preparatory mcusnres-" the.order.for the Wccqnnd.Kbycrnmeht'stores had JIB. TExoKus.'nis SKHVICKS'.ia-PEAoic.coii; But Senator.R. Jl. T. Hunter jwithtliat sb.rcw'd- ess pe'jU'liav to the guise, 'and ina'ile-'a tenilerpf ;his services to-the'teg- islature ca and tho p-jblic stores biid and tho entire conUdenccriU; the ability-of tienerkl to hold Richmond prof.- fer-waa not- accepted; and upon1 ______________ people. involved his political liot the'adde'n disgi'aco .of 'treason to ihis'sectibn. .'.Tho-'Virgliia Legislature, under the ussurtincc1 to its commissionors- that Eicftmond.was nut to be evacuated, took a recess covering od of niorc than two wecUs, to.nnable the ruembers inpnd in .up degree diiniuishcd... vtKfi.ixi.i txi'KCTEn OK'THE'STATUS. In lulhenmcc of I nndcrstund1 it is contemplated by her Legislature, which summarily left here darkness of the call a conrentiortf by sent ;of the Union authorities, if that 'can be obta.in- ed. witli :i JHc ordman'c'e of scceH- and-. her Tiirniw at tbc.; this -'jirivl- lego.bp'-cleriledrtbVHesfeDnraii'contemplated is'ly nppbhit'tyro 'Pr 'tliree domniisslonerif thi- 'President-of iwitli relation: to: )xi readmiucd. wqnld at op.cc whatever; little'.cblieBiy.c Vio'wer uiay even jet remain iu iiilluence of Virginia's uf the Into: Cout'ederacv.rwouldjnnanimojnslyjcon- that this tire .safest K love b.e.- the; mim'Wlio. hare. silffered.aiiil inniotcil sucli (Vightln! i 'oaly'hnpti'iMitlirit the occ'.ihioif-'will cilll into proniiuenco.mon us .riip.''lhe work. .ot'-: ponce, us the well unRuowu. is iii" i ft.uie. iiV. .Siiiiie liavw become IUVVH- p gud si-it worn from a new race iif wise jiiiiesuiei) sbow-tbemsel ves! Th'e Vi'esident'isM.he'' whirongbt to .in i.iilge in eitb'ei' fnrrevengo. A- -n -'cpaimon'-cbiiniry, IIP. must imlee.il. -be high 'iiosiiion if. he dors'-not ix'sfot.ed- without com- plfcio're'cbnciiiati'a'u.'aiidiiiCoucUiatiou must be toii iideil on obi i-r'inti 'of 'alleged i offences, us to sincere, Jinil cordial fn' nets of -niiticfiio'l for iind-rocouuilUtibrj Unless be. "sees' bcfoi-e him a tire Ibfit-jriay past; ns t; the poiver 'ol'' man. bf the gnir.e' ol.' iciuce'saibn-'ia gone.'' Auaerlea'it steatiTer '.'Atpeticu, from '.-'we-i'li.o'Te.tbe" Lb'imri'n'-TJrijes'-iiiid. fr6Bl-lhe-i.tiliif.ri ibn'-L'Gtli t The.Titnss (la says V hove, or liavr r 'nof. fought lietfei' yeors, thaie can be; !o perfection At first, 'iijiBtsiVe of uiid.trnitirig 'lipti tfikngth' riioite: of. tfnrmion biiuored who vrni H.pjirii'n -ijliicf-nt-the'wUole rb.it 'be inisbt iible tnftunes- (ind to 8 the fled tb'at tSeri plijccts-'co'ijld- poiv'ijr'ip.clirect'tbn'ttirre'n'liir "of 10 gey he. L'niobbught'at least to form1 the siibjedt of extre'niu .inasmuch' 'as they will "constitute prece- eienls'Which rnnst'foreclose all argnmentor dissent on'the part of the: other'Southern Statf whu-li wili undonbtetily-follpw.in-Virglnia'swake. btiicr'Sla tc-- siuiiiarly cireh'uiat'ancc W'prild vcn'tu.re- tij .'inaugurate. suah'-ilejU -is; the conscionsness-'uf-hcrinora] .Tjudge-t not fear the public opinion of eaters. She is fully-prepared to-act on her own rfc- ility may follow if rtli It id-well: known here, -arid generally admittedl'thai the StaicsJonjr t'orinnpvcmt-nl. the part of.Virgin.ia, by. way lar nicviiDicni. States bn.'tlie' for the reasoris already indicated in this as on this stated that the course of Virginia1 w'ilf flnSlty dctwm'iiie theirs. was fhere-siich .i rnv'olnitau-'jn.itbe'.vibllc sebtim.entiof ilfe.Solitn as this w'ar.ulorie his-crcat.fd. goverpiiiein1 giyen '.np. the ejtpeniUB'ut. blacks c'tfercil-.tniilitwillmg ble or.niawiliing tb'-acc'ert.tliesb; tbrra's.' ato.Xo bc..rouioved to -Masbn's.'.rslarid, nuar-'Goprjt'u- T-he Kuvy IJejmrtinerit has. ordered tbe'ilis.-.. MEsIppi.sqnadrpri reduced to It hundred.." ;TS- ;-Tbu': vfritfug. ou the; says: .troops vfia'd' ye't.e.Dlered. e.TCept as: prisoners' of >yiir, 'nniyeraally .tljeru.'i r., publicans; wero. cpriade'ut ab April-. Berei'lyl'ucker are ouf: with anojtbpr iniuiifetto addressed JfpbDSpn.iiiil itbey iicoiiJSB' bfni ;th.cir ;.cr ulars. They we.r.e.tp some otliur iriatle the :saiae- f the-wbiitts lajvltiu 6P: the-: :tbi6 MtttttH'p liotfliftifil bu't'liiiTesf'theni for wroDgi in the Couita.   
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