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The Daily Dispatch: January 10, 1862., [Electronic resource], Outrage upon the person of our Commissioner to Mexico. (search)
n the person of a citizen of the Unite States. Colonel Pickett was taken to the Leputation, but, on making knono doubt of the well-known official character of Col. Pickett as confidential agent of the Southern Confederac Confederacy has not been recognized by Mexico, Colonel Pickett is not entitled to the rights and immunities ofse are about these: Shortly after the arrival of Col. Pickett in this capital he presented his credentials to rn Confederacy, but has since had relations with Col. Pickett as the agent of that Government. A public receper, the Mexican Government refused to treat with Col. Pickett as the agent of the Southern Confederacy, his ri beyond dispute, as to the rights of a person in Col. Pickett's position. We fear bad friends of the Goven the proceedings which have taken place against Col. Pickett from motives of personal revenge, or with the viared that he has no feeling of animosity against Col. Pickett, and has even proposed to withdraw his action.