Statistics for occurrence #1 of “France” in chapter 1.1 of Jefferson Davis, The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government:
...ere to all the conditions of the Paris Congress of 1856, provided the clause abolishing privateers might apply to the Confederate States.
The offer, with the proviso, was honorably declined by both France and England.
In the matter of the exchange of prisoners, which became important in consequence of these retaliatory measures, and the number taken by our troops at Manassas, the people of the Nor...
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