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The Daily Dispatch: March 20, 1865., [Electronic resource], Report of the Senate committee on President Davis's late message. (search)
ay, February 27, says: By this time the public will have been enabled to digest the intelligence, communicated by Mr. Seward, of a proposition for terminating the American war by a combined attack of the belligerents on some foreign Power. In point at issue should be resumed after this diversion had produced its palliative effects. It is stated that Lincoln and Seward did, in the course of the interview, recognize the prospect of foreign complications, and the probability that England raagues, it was at any rate taken into dispassionate consideration by President Lincoln and his Secretary of State, while Mr. Seward himself is at the pains to inform us that it was not objected to for an instant on its own merits or from any consideran which a turn in the events of the civil war might not immediately remove.--This lesson we shall do well to remember. Mr. Seward has most considerately forewarned us; it will be our own fault if we are not found to be forearmed. Miscellaneous