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The Daily Dispatch: June 11, 1861., [Electronic resource], Cassius M. Clay and the London Times--"Our Foreign Relations." (search)
ated as to espouse the cause of the Montgomery Confederacy, it would find its speedy account in ejection from office. The opposition led on by the Earl of Derby, it was never doubted, would be but too happy to avail themselves of Palmerston and Russell's leanings towards the Cotton Confederacy, to make them uncomfortable, at least, in their places, if not ultimately to compel her Majesty to seek other advisers. This expectation was not an unreasonable one. It was predicted upon the fallacy tmpathy must all be on the side of the North. --Never was there a greater delusion, as everybody may now see. The Earl of Derby, so far from espous- ing "the cause of freedom," and making that cause a lever with which to oust Palmerston and Russell from office, has taken the first opportunity to go a step or two in advance of them even, in favor of the Confederates! Witness his speech, on the 16th, in favor of treating privateers, not as pirates, but (we had almost said) as gentlemen. Th
ned the sailors, as they tugged at the rigging. "All aboard!" shouted Captain Russell, in a stentorian voice; "all aboard!" There was a hurrying toward thed I'll take the sulks out of him, if he tries 'em on me." With these words, Capt. Russell went to give some orders, and left me on the quarter-deck alone. Severed the prisoner to be released, and sent for the cook to dress his wounds. Capt. Russell then turned toward the quarter deck, and as he approached me, I saw Rob sen mind, which made me start as if stung by a viper. Without delay I went to Capt. Russell, whom I found at the compass on the quarter deck. "Good morning, Mr. Oy confused, at the same time edging his way toward the door of the cabin. Captain Russell sprang forward and collared him, at the same time holding a pistol within ging was speedily performed, and the carpenter laid in one of the berths. Captain Russell then opened a private chest, and took out several pairs of revolvers, two