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The Daily Dispatch: November 15, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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The European Intelligence. While we are disposed to give all the credit which it can possibly claim to the reported assertion of Elmont Cameron, that the subject of mediation or intervention will be brought forward on the first day of the approaching session of the British Parliament, we nevertheless see grave reason to doubt in the assumption of the London Times that Sir G. C. Lewis, the War Secretary, spoke the mind of the Cabinet in the speech which we published last week. It is true, the doctrine enunciated by him is directly opposed to the late practice of the British Government. That Government adopted the American policy of recognizing the Government de facto of every country with which it had diplomatic intercourse very early after it was introduced here. True, it had not adopted it at the instant the most important opportunity it ever had to do so — we mean the case of the first French Republic, which it refused to recognise — presented itself. But the terrible conse