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The Daily Dispatch: May 6, 1864., [Electronic resource], The impending battle on the Rapidan — the enemy on the PeninsulaIron Clads and transports in James river — troops landed at Bermuda Hundreds, &c. (search)
in his simplicity, [a laugh.] did believe that the document was what it purported to be. Had it been so, emanating from the Confederate Government, it would, undoubtedly, have been, as he had represented it, of unquestionable authority. His impression was that the letter of Mr Adams should be produced. ["No, no," from Mr Layard, "the dispatch of Lord Lyons"]--Well, that the dispatch of Lord Lyons should be produced. ["Hear," and a laugh.] In the House of Lords, on the 18th the Earl of Derby gave notice that on the 26th inst, he should call attention to the correspondence between Her Majesty's Government and Messrs Laird, of Birkenhead, relative to the Mersey rams The Bishop of Peterborough is dead. There was a rumor that the Earl of Carlisle intended to resign the Lord Lieutenancy of foreland. The London Times, of the 19th, in its City Article, noticing a daily of 1 per cent. in the Confederate loan on the previous day, attributes it partly to the open defiance o