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The Daily Dispatch: April 10, 1862., [Electronic resource], An explanation of the affair at Union city, Tenn. (search)
s, and of the multitudinous poor in the great cities, is worse than that in any other portion of the world. Let any man read Mayhew's account of the London poor, of the awful destitution, misery, and crime in which they exist, and examine the Parliamentary reports of the condition of the mining and manufacturing people of the kingdom, and then wonder at the self-delusion which, with such a beam in its own eye, can concern itself about the mote in the eyes of others.--Whilst the Duchess of Sutherland is sorely exercised upon the subject of African slavery, she coolly depopulates her estates in Scotland, that sheep may live there instead of men; and whilst Lord John Russell waxes sentimental in his antipathy to negro slavery, he beholds without concern millions of Englishmen, multitudes of whom, from the tender age of six years, are chained to the most exhausting manufacturing and mining labor, and many of whom never so much as heard of a God. What, then, ought we to care for the a