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The Daily Dispatch: February 3, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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, caused a universal burst of joy throughout the island. In Manchester the bells were ring, and everywhere the people seem to have taken a long breath in token of satisfaction. The London times on the reception of Mason and Slidell. The Times, of the 11th ult., contains the following: How, then, are we to receive these illustrious visitors? Of course, they will be started at, and followed, and photographed, and made the subject of paragraphs. There is no help for that. Mr. Thomas Sayers cannot walk the streets with a friend, or ask the Mayor for permission to put up a booth in a market. place, but the crowd immediately conclude the rough, hard-visaged, ill- favored pair to be the Confederate Commissioners. Messrs. Mason and Slidell, with their two Secretaries, though not so handsome and graceful as their country man, Blondin, would certainly fill the Crystal Palace if they proposed to address the visitors there on the merits of their cause. But, for the benefit of