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The Daily Dispatch: September 10, 1863., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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The death of M. Portz. --The death of Nicholas Gaspard Portz, the French Consul at Mobile, has been noticed. The Mobile Tribune, in a notice of his death, says: From the incipiency of our revolution Mr. Portz became a warm supporter of our cause. He was in close correspondence with members of the French Government, and wrote lengthily and often to apprise his Government of the true state of things here, and in support of the position we had taken. He advocated the recognition of oMr. Portz became a warm supporter of our cause. He was in close correspondence with members of the French Government, and wrote lengthily and often to apprise his Government of the true state of things here, and in support of the position we had taken. He advocated the recognition of our Government from the commencement, and lost no opportunity to enforce his views by the strongest arguments, as his correspondence. will fully show, which, indeed, is well worth perusal. In this course, in fact, he came in collision with some of his superiors, who criticised the warmth of his zeal. he had, however, the satisfaction of obtaining the approbation of his Government, while these who with him were removed from office, and this approbation was most significantly made known to him