Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: may 18, 1861., [Electronic resource].
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The war in America.opinions of the English press. [from the London times, April 28] The challenge of the Confederate State has been promptly accepted, and we can object to. President Lincoln that he is without a designated policy. If we are to put a liberal interpretation upon the document now before us, the Federal Government at Washington proclaims war, and calls for an army of 75,000 men. If we are to accept the first impression created by President Lincoln's proclamation, the smoking out or burning out of Major Anderson is to be instantly receive by an invasion. What the President would not attempt to avert, what the fleet in the offing would make no effort to oppose, and what has been so unaccountably accomplished without the lose of a single life, Mr. Lincoln is determined to punish. In a State paper, so weak and wordy as to contrast strongly with those great historical documents which marked the birth of the American nation, the President denounces the "combinations