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The Daily Dispatch: July 27, 1863., [Electronic resource] 11 1 Browse Search
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lake said that, according to the information that had been furnished to him, Mr. Belsham, a British subject, went some time ago to reside in Alabama, and in conseque at Richmond to inquire into the subject. He had further been informed that Mr. Belsham had been sent to Montgomery, in order to have his case investigated, but tha, to the Confederate authorities, against the compulsion exercised upon Mr. R. Redmond Belsham, a British subject, at Montgomery, State of Alabama, to force him to se been received from Lord Lyons on the subject. Mr. Layard.--The case of Mr. Belsham has been brought to the notice of Her Majesty's Government. The honorable gake a representation to the Confederate Government with regard to the case. Mr. Belsham was, as he states, cruelly treated. Indeed, he was exposed to torture to cornment in this matter, such cases will not occur again. I cannot tell where Mr. Belsham now is, for we have heard no more of him since the statement was received fr