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The Daily Dispatch: September 23, 1863., [Electronic resource], Secretary Seward's circular--British opinion of his position and Arguments. (search)
Secretary Seward's circular--British opinion of his position and Arguments. [From the London Times, Sept. 4.] Mr. Seward's diplomatic circular, which we published yesterday, consists of a proposition, an argument, and an application. His proposition is that the statement of England and France having conceived at the beginning of the American war a belief that the restoration of the Union was an impossibility, persist in that belief to the present hour. His argument resolves itself into a long narrative of the campaigns of the last twelve months, and this historical compendium is then applied to the purpose of correcting the prevailing belief, and impressing the two Western Powers with convictions more favorable to the Federal cause. In its object this State paper is certainly intelligible. Mr. Seward is perfectly accurate in his presumption that the statement of France and England--In neight have included, indeed, those of the rest of Europe — do consider to this very day tha