Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: January 21, 1861., [Electronic resource].
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The National crisis. Public Sentiment in Virginia — Proclamation of Lincoln's Policy — Indignation of New York Troops — Things at Charleston — Interesting Incidents, &c.,&c.,&c. From the tone of the newspapers, and correspondence from vari
We append a summary of information from other quarters, bearing upon the crisis in national affairs
Lincoln's position Defined.
The New York Tribune makes the following apparently official editorial announcement.
It will be seen that Mr. Lincoln not only opposes any concession to the South, but threatens means of coercion:
The question having anew been raised, we mean it proper to say again what we have said before, and we wish to be understood as saying it authoritatively, that President Lincoln is not in favor of making concessions to the slave power, either pretended concessions or real concessions, nor in favor of any measure looking to the humiliation of freedom and of the free States, no matter in wh