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The Daily Dispatch: December 16, 1861., [Electronic resource], Federal relations with foreign Powers. (search)
to exterminate; and the Duke of Brunswick was on his way to his own dominions, baffled, defeated, dispirited, humbled stripped of the laurels acquired by a life of hard service; and despised by the very soldiers he had so lately been hounding on to massacre and plunder. Louis XVI. was not restored, the French youth were not intimidated, France was not dismembered. It is, to us, a matter of astonishment that a lesson so fraught with instruction, should have been utterly lost upon Secretary Cameron when he advised the dismemberment of Virginia, or should not be remembered by Congress when they are about to pass a law in accordance with his recommendation. It the very moment that the Secretary is giving this advice, his grand army is cooped up in Washington, and its vicinity, without the courage to advance upon the territory it is to dispose of after a fashion so summary, and the fleet of which his brother secretary boasts so loudly, dare not attempt to force the passage of the P
s been for so many years. In addition to this, the Doctor is, we believe, himself a sufferer by the conflagration. Cameron & Co.'s "PhÅ’Nix iron Works." This extensive foundry and machine shops is again in ashes, being the second time in thhere we been libbin all our lives." The Sweep of the conflagration. The following is the course of the fire from Cameron's foundry: On East Bay the fire extended, on the East side from the residence of Mr. J. S. Bird to the corner of M000--insured for $10,000 in Charleston. The insurance is equally distributed between the Charleston companies. Messrs. Cameron & Co.'s loss is a severe one. The establishment embraced some eight buildings, namely, an office, an erecting shop,rs. N. Yokage, P. Sullivan and Henry Dinget, the latter loosing all their furniture. North Side.--Two boiler shops, Cameron & Co. Dwelling house of James Artope. Dwelling house of Henry Smyser. Dwelling house of A. R. Tavei. Dwelling house o