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The Daily Dispatch: August 14, 1861., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 3 1 Browse Search
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mons, on the 20th, Mr. Boxton called attention to the increase of the Cuba slave trade, and the importance of supplementing the exertions of the naval force on the African coast by other measures, especially by the re-appointment of a Consul at Mozambique. A general debate ensued, in which the Emperor Napoleon's free emigration schemes were denounced, some of the members contending that the introduction of coolies into the French colonies might become worse than the slave trade. Mr. Gregory hoped the Emperor would now cooperate with England in putting down the slave trade. Recent events in America would, he trusted, prevent American capital being embarked in the nefarious traffic. Mr. Hope said the slave trade would continue until it was made unprofitable. He suggested a differential duty on slave-grown sugar. Lord Palmerston said nothing but the progress of public opinion in other nations could destroy the trade; but he regarded the public opinion of France as h
In town. --There arrived at the Spotswood yesterday, Capt. William T. Martin, Natchez; W. F. C. Gregory, Amelia; Wm. G. Swan, Tennessee; A. S. Hill, Md., and several of the Louisiana Zouaves.