LOYAL PUBLICATION SOCIETY.
JTo. 64.—Part 1.
LETTERS OF LOYAL SOLDIERS.
What General Grant says of the Administration.
11*hat General Dix says of the llebellion.
What General Sickels says of Peace.
What General Hooker says of the Election.
The Generals in command of the armies of the United State s
have had a better opportunity of judging what the nature, pur¬
poses and character of the Rebellion are than even the most
skillful of our home observers. Hear what they say of it:
It is noticeable that all of these Generals have been identified
in times past with the Democratic party, and thus they all claim
to be, and are, Democrats still: not of the class which surrenders
to the enemy abroad in arms or rebels at home in disguise.
Democrats who scorn alike the Montgomery Constitution and
the Chicago Platform. .
Shall we maintain these gallant men, who peril life in defence
of democratic institutions, or vote for those who stay at home ?
The Army and the Administration.
" Headquarters Armies of the United States,
" Culpepper Court-House, May 1, 1864.
" The President :—Your very kind letter of yesterday is just
received The confidence you express for the future and satis
faction for the past in my military administration, is acknowl