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The Daily Dispatch: August 19, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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states that the anxiety in the Prussian capital respecting the war news from America was intense. The probable movements of Gen. Scott and the tactics of Beauregard were canvassed in every place of general resort, and the geography of the United States has been studied in all well-informed circles most attentively. The people sympathized with the Union cause. Hopes of the Confederate Commissioners in Europe. The Paris correspondent of the Independence Bulge states that the Jeff. Davis commissioners in Europe had still hopes of the ultimate recognition of the independence of the Southern States by England and France. He adds that these gentlemen may be too sanguine in this respect, but that still they have grounds for the opinion in the feeling caused in both countries by the inconveniences of the blockade of the ports of the South The writer adds that the study of the actual situation of affairs in America engages attention every day more and more, on the continent