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The Daily Dispatch: June 2, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ility, as illustrated in every phase of this war, we were not quite prepared for the brazen effrontery of this, their culminating effort in the Munchausen line. It is true that the notorious Robert Macaire Walker was lately sent to Europe by Jacques Chase on the rather arduous errand of borrowing money to prop up their sinking circulation, and the announcement of the fall of Vicksburg may have been a part of the programme agreed upon between that precious pair, and counted upon as an important element in their campaign against foreign pockets; but Yankee veracity and Yankee credit being about on a par just now in Europe, we feel tolerably well assured that the cute trick of Chase and Walker will prove a lamentable failure, and that the contempt and ridicule which all their late attempts at deception have invariably met with abroad will be aggravated in this case by the authentic news following close upon the heels of their flaming dispatches, of the decisive repulse of the Yankees f