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The Daily Dispatch: February 17, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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transition requires time. The nobility must accept the new state of things and assist the Government. The solution lies in the final achievement of the emancipation. The extension of the people's participation in the administration depends on the nobility, who can facilitate or obstruct the intention of the Government in this respect. Citizens of rebel States in Federal courts. The following interesting case has been decided in the New York Supreme Court: Feb. 8.--Thomas C. Bonneau vs. W. B. Dinsmore et al.--The plaintiff sued the defendent on a promissory note. Defendant set up that the plaintiff, being a citizen of South Carolina and an alien enemy, could not recover. The plaintiff demurred to the answer, on the ground that while defendant alleged that he (plaintiff) was an alien enemy, he still admitted that he was a citizen of the United States. The Judge overruled the demurrer for the reasons contained in the following opinion: Judge Gould--The answe