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The Daily Dispatch: November 9, 1860., [Electronic resource], Accepted the call. (search)
Accepted the call. --The Rev. Dr. Walker has accepted the call to the Rectorship of Christ Church, in Alexandria, Va.
The Daily Dispatch: November 10, 1860., [Electronic resource], From
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Thankful for small favors. The London Times is of opinion that the people of the United States ought to be very thankful to the British Government for taking General Walker off their hands and delivering him to the executioner. We suppose, also, that the arrest and detention of United States naval officers lately in Central America should form another subject of national gratitude.--But there are people who never can be made to appreciate a kind action. There are hard-hearted ingrates in the United States who, instead of overflowing with love and sensibility for these and many like favors, would actually rend and devour the hand that caresses and blesses us. We apprehend that if the people of the United States were a united people, and had the faintest conception of their own strength, England would be repaid in kind for every such favor as the Times boasts of, and repaid with compound interest. It is because the Governments of Europe cannot understand American forbearance, th
The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], Affairs on the coast. (search)