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United States (United States) (search for this): article 6
Significant. --Mr. Barber, of the Exchange office in this city, exhibited to us this morning a large map of the United States and Confederate States, printed in London, and enclosed in the London Illustrated News, a few copies of which were received by Mr. B. for the subscribers to the paper. It may be a little significaConfederate States, printed in London, and enclosed in the London Illustrated News, a few copies of which were received by Mr. B. for the subscribers to the paper. It may be a little significant that the two sections are colored differently, and the States of Missouri, Kentucky and Maryland are included in the Confederate States. By this, it seems that the London Illustrated News not only recognizes our Government, but includes in that recognition the three States which are still to be admitted. How long will it be bd are included in the Confederate States. By this, it seems that the London Illustrated News not only recognizes our Government, but includes in that recognition the three States which are still to be admitted. How long will it be before the English Government itself will recognize this Confederacy?--Augusta Constitutionalist.
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): article 6
Significant. --Mr. Barber, of the Exchange office in this city, exhibited to us this morning a large map of the United States and Confederate States, printed in London, and enclosed in the London Illustrated News, a few copies of which were received by Mr. B. for the subscribers to the paper. It may be a little significant that the two sections are colored differently, and the States of Missouri, Kentucky and Maryland are included in the Confederate States. By this, it seems that the London Illustrated News not only recognizes our Government, but includes in that recognition the three States which are still to be admitted. How long will it be before the English Government itself will recognize this Confederacy?--Augusta Constitutionalist.
Missouri (Missouri, United States) (search for this): article 6
Significant. --Mr. Barber, of the Exchange office in this city, exhibited to us this morning a large map of the United States and Confederate States, printed in London, and enclosed in the London Illustrated News, a few copies of which were received by Mr. B. for the subscribers to the paper. It may be a little significant that the two sections are colored differently, and the States of Missouri, Kentucky and Maryland are included in the Confederate States. By this, it seems that the London Illustrated News not only recognizes our Government, but includes in that recognition the three States which are still to be admitted. How long will it be before the English Government itself will recognize this Confederacy?--Augusta Constitutionalist.
Significant. --Mr. Barber, of the Exchange office in this city, exhibited to us this morning a large map of the United States and Confederate States, printed in London, and enclosed in the London Illustrated News, a few copies of which were received by Mr. B. for the subscribers to the paper. It may be a little significant that the two sections are colored differently, and the States of Missouri, Kentucky and Maryland are included in the Confederate States. By this, it seems that the London Illustrated News not only recognizes our Government, but includes in that recognition the three States which are still to be admitted. How long will it be before the English Government itself will recognize this Confederacy?--Augusta Constitutionalist.