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The Daily Dispatch: August 1, 1861., [Electronic resource], Partition of territory in the Old Union. (search)
in conclusion remarks; "We are reluctant unbelievers in the possibility of any compromise that would reconstruct the Union on its original basis, and we can discover no solid grounds for hope that the North will withdraw her armies from the field until matters shall arrive at such a dire extremity as will justify, if it does not compete, some kind of European intervention. " Privateering. The privateering at the South is having a very disastrous effect upon the shipping in the West India, and indeed other trades.--Since the captures by the Sumter, no American vessels can obtain a charter in Cuban ports. All the sugar and molasses there to be shipped is given to English and Dutch vessels. This state of things is not only very mortifying, but also very ruinous to American ship owners and captains in the North, who are beginning to experience the "blessings" of the Lincoln Government. the Federal Plea. The Louisville Courier says: The attempts of the Federal
ey, of Bangor, Me., from Cardenas, bound to Bangor, with a cargo of 300 hogsheads molasses. She also captured the schooner Protector, of Philadelphia, from Cuba, bound to Philadelphia, with a cargo of bananas, plantains, pine apples, and other West India fruits. On Thursday last the Privateer steamer Mariner, captured at Ocracoke, a schooner loaded with West India fruit. The Privateer York, captured last week, the brig D. S. Martin, of Boston; loaded with sugar mills and other machineof Philadelphia, from Cuba, bound to Philadelphia, with a cargo of bananas, plantains, pine apples, and other West India fruits. On Thursday last the Privateer steamer Mariner, captured at Ocracoke, a schooner loaded with West India fruit. The Privateer York, captured last week, the brig D. S. Martin, of Boston; loaded with sugar mills and other machinery, shooks, &c.--She was beached near Loggerhead Inlet, and it is reported that the Yankees succeeded in burning her on Sunday last.