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The Daily Dispatch: July 2, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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to consider nowhere they will make their bed before it is too late. In a very short time our iron clad ships will be in such force on the ocean as to sweep Napoleon of the Gulf and his army out of Mexico. England perceives that, and wants to give Canada an opportunity of, taking care of herself when the storm comes which will make her, it she desires it, one of the United States--the greatest Republican the world, and about to become the most powerful nation of the earth. We will give the Cana six, nine or twelve months to make up their minds as to what they will do; we are not in a hurry about the sooner they decide that their with the United States the better for themselves. The American Government can protect the British monarchy confesses through its organize at it cannot. They ought not to lose a moment therefore, in declaring their independence, for they will avoid trouble, in which they are in danger of being involved by the policy of England. The question of annexati