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The French intervention story. --Late Northern papers contain a telegraphic dispatch from Washington, stating that there is not a shadow of foundation for the story in circulation relative to French intervention in affairs on this continent, and a proposed armistices with the confederates. We give the report and its contradiction as we receive it, leaving the reader to form his own judgment of the authority of either.
The Daily Dispatch: May 13, 1862., [Electronic resource], Nearly Ready. (search)
The rumored Movement among the Border States Congressmen. --A late number of the New York Express says, "we are inclined, from what we hear from Washington, to believe that there is some truth in the statements of the New York Times," relative to a stamped of the border States Congressmen on account of the radical measures of emancipation and confliction.