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The Daily Dispatch: April 18, 1864., [Electronic resource], Yankee vessel Blown up by a Torpedo. (search)
e, presented memorials to the Senate in favor of disunion, and Mr. Seward and Mr. Chase voted for their reception. The present secretary of the Treasury (Mr Chase) Mr Chase) advocated a recognition of the Southern Confederacy, in the Cabinet, while the Confederates had only a Provisional Confederacy at Montgomery. Mr. Summer, and indeed en doing all their political lives? Mr. Ashley (Un., Ohio) asked whether Mr. Chase had in any official act expressed himself in favor of recognizing the Southeron the 19th of April, 1861, the Mayor of Baltimore, in a speech, said that Secretary Chase told him so. [Exclamation on the Republican side of "Oh! oh!" and laughter.] Mr. Ashley--I deny it for Secretary Chase. Mr Cox--You should not deny anything without knowing what it is. The Mayor represented Mr. Chase as sayMr. Chase as saying he opposed the right of secession, but when the South became an independent and powerful State out of the Union, he was for telling them go in peace. Mr Ash