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The Daily Dispatch: December 4, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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den, setting forth the idea that the middle classes of England sympathized with the North. The speaker concluded his remarks by enumerating the names of prominent journals in Great Britain which take sides with the North. They are as follows: The Morning Star, Daily News, Evening Express, Spectator, Lloyd's Weekly News, Bee Hice, Non Conformist, British Standard, The Freeman, McMillan's Magazine, The Dial, Westminster Review, The Reader, Merchants' Examiner, Mercantile Chronicle, Leed's Mercury, and Carlile Examiner. Among the prominent men on that side are Lord Carlyle, R. Moncton Milne, Sir Charles Lyell, John Stuart Mill, George Thompson, Golden Smith, Professor Caines, F. W. Newman, Dr. Chapman, George Wilson, Dr. Foster, George F. Thompson, Sir S. Lushington, Prof. Nicoll, Prof. Bradley, John Bright, Richard Cobden, Duke of Argyle, Lord Granville, Charles Gilpin, Washington Wilkes, the Mayors of Manchester and Rochdale, Rev. Newman Hall, and Rev. Baptist Noell.