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Tennessee (Tennessee, United States) (search for this): article 24
and Norfolk, the moment trade with these places shall be reopened. French houses at Paris and Lyons are likewise preparing for similar direct intercourse with the South. Arrangements have been completed by enter prising parties with large resources at Liverpool for the establishment of two lines of first class steamers, one to Charleston and the other to New Orleans. A third line to Norfolk, (the terminus of the Seaboard and Roanoke, Railway, by which cotton from North Carolina and Tennessee can be laid down there as cheaply as at New Orleans,) is also in contemplation, Under the operation of a highly protective tariff the cotton manufacturers of Lowell and other places in the North have hitherto supplied the Southern States with course cotton fabrics, (domestics,) and negro clothing to the value of about ten millions sterling annually. Manchester may for the future command nearly the whole of this business. In the event of the Confederate Commissioners being surrendered
Belgium (Belgium) (search for this): article 24
as at New Orleans,) is also in contemplation, Under the operation of a highly protective tariff the cotton manufacturers of Lowell and other places in the North have hitherto supplied the Southern States with course cotton fabrics, (domestics,) and negro clothing to the value of about ten millions sterling annually. Manchester may for the future command nearly the whole of this business. In the event of the Confederate Commissioners being surrendered, and war on that ground averted, it is clear that upon commercial grounds the Governments of England and France have every inducement to recognize the well-earned independence of the Confederate States. The precedents of the Swiss Cantons; the seven United Provinces of the Netherlands, of the revolted Spanish American colonies, of Greece, of Belgium, of Texas, and of the Kingdom of Italy, justify and command this step, which, if not manfully taken by Ministers at once, is certain to be taken by Parliament on its to assembling.
North Carolina (North Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 24
eans, Charleston, and Norfolk, the moment trade with these places shall be reopened. French houses at Paris and Lyons are likewise preparing for similar direct intercourse with the South. Arrangements have been completed by enter prising parties with large resources at Liverpool for the establishment of two lines of first class steamers, one to Charleston and the other to New Orleans. A third line to Norfolk, (the terminus of the Seaboard and Roanoke, Railway, by which cotton from North Carolina and Tennessee can be laid down there as cheaply as at New Orleans,) is also in contemplation, Under the operation of a highly protective tariff the cotton manufacturers of Lowell and other places in the North have hitherto supplied the Southern States with course cotton fabrics, (domestics,) and negro clothing to the value of about ten millions sterling annually. Manchester may for the future command nearly the whole of this business. In the event of the Confederate Commissioners b
United States (United States) (search for this): article 24
ich may very fairly be pressed upon us by the Confederate States. That is, a de facto Government, which posse conquer their liberty or die, the men of the Confederate States will maintain the struggle till their enemiesis believed that the plenipotentiaries of the Confederate States now in London are prepared to conclude with tg of the Southern Confederacy. Nay, more the Confederate States, applying upon tenuously the most enlarged prthis valuable carrying trade, inasmuch as the Confederate States are mainly agricultural, and possess little o the coasting trade. The disruption of the late United States will, however, practically admit British shippinculated to reconcile us to the disruption of the United States. New York has, till lately, been the banker; br utter impossisibility and recognition of the Confederate States inevitable) are making their preparations forrecognize the well-earned independence of the Confederate States. The precedents of the Swiss Cantons; the se
Richmond (Virginia, United States) (search for this): article 24
Latest European news.demonstrations of joy at the prospect of peace. The last news from Europe is replete with interest to the Southern reader. The intelligence that Mason and Slidell had been surrendered, caused a universal burst of joy throughout the island. In Manchester the bells were ring, and everywhere the people seem to have taken a long breath in token of satisfaction. The London times on the reception of Mason and Slidell. The Times, of the 11th ult., contains the following: How, then, are we to receive these illustrious visitors? Of course, they will be started at, and followed, and photographed, and made the subject of paragraphs. There is no help for that. Mr. Thomas Sayers cannot walk the streets with a friend, or ask the Mayor for permission to put up a booth in a market. place, but the crowd immediately conclude the rough, hard-visaged, ill- favored pair to be the Confederate Commissioners. Messrs. Mason and Slidell, with their two Secretaries,
France (France) (search for this): article 24
y as at New Orleans,) is also in contemplation, Under the operation of a highly protective tariff the cotton manufacturers of Lowell and other places in the North have hitherto supplied the Southern States with course cotton fabrics, (domestics,) and negro clothing to the value of about ten millions sterling annually. Manchester may for the future command nearly the whole of this business. In the event of the Confederate Commissioners being surrendered, and war on that ground averted, it is clear that upon commercial grounds the Governments of England and France have every inducement to recognize the well-earned independence of the Confederate States. The precedents of the Swiss Cantons; the seven United Provinces of the Netherlands, of the revolted Spanish American colonies, of Greece, of Belgium, of Texas, and of the Kingdom of Italy, justify and command this step, which, if not manfully taken by Ministers at once, is certain to be taken by Parliament on its to assembling.
Manchester (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 24
New Orleans. A third line to Norfolk, (the terminus of the Seaboard and Roanoke, Railway, by which cotton from North Carolina and Tennessee can be laid down there as cheaply as at New Orleans,) is also in contemplation, Under the operation of a highly protective tariff the cotton manufacturers of Lowell and other places in the North have hitherto supplied the Southern States with course cotton fabrics, (domestics,) and negro clothing to the value of about ten millions sterling annually. Manchester may for the future command nearly the whole of this business. In the event of the Confederate Commissioners being surrendered, and war on that ground averted, it is clear that upon commercial grounds the Governments of England and France have every inducement to recognize the well-earned independence of the Confederate States. The precedents of the Swiss Cantons; the seven United Provinces of the Netherlands, of the revolted Spanish American colonies, of Greece, of Belgium, of Texas,
Thomas Sayers (search for this): article 24
, caused a universal burst of joy throughout the island. In Manchester the bells were ring, and everywhere the people seem to have taken a long breath in token of satisfaction. The London times on the reception of Mason and Slidell. The Times, of the 11th ult., contains the following: How, then, are we to receive these illustrious visitors? Of course, they will be started at, and followed, and photographed, and made the subject of paragraphs. There is no help for that. Mr. Thomas Sayers cannot walk the streets with a friend, or ask the Mayor for permission to put up a booth in a market. place, but the crowd immediately conclude the rough, hard-visaged, ill- favored pair to be the Confederate Commissioners. Messrs. Mason and Slidell, with their two Secretaries, though not so handsome and graceful as their country man, Blondin, would certainly fill the Crystal Palace if they proposed to address the visitors there on the merits of their cause. But, for the benefit of
Europe is replete with interest to the Southern reader. The intelligence that Mason and Slidell had been surrendered, caused a universal burst of joy throughout th long breath in token of satisfaction. The London times on the reception of Mason and Slidell. The Times, of the 11th ult., contains the following: How,ough, hard-visaged, ill- favored pair to be the Confederate Commissioners. Messrs. Mason and Slidell, with their two Secretaries, though not so handsome and gracefuwish to throw away its confidence and applause, we may as wall observe that Messrs. Mason and Slidell are about the most worthless booty it would be possible to extrhave had just the same right-to triumphal arches and municipal addresses as Messrs. Mason and Slidell. So, please, British public, let's have none of these things. precedent. Our statesmen and lawyers know quite as much on the subject as Messrs. Mason and Slidell, and are in no need of their information or advice. Brigh
replete with interest to the Southern reader. The intelligence that Mason and Slidell had been surrendered, caused a universal burst of joy throughout the island. h in token of satisfaction. The London times on the reception of Mason and Slidell. The Times, of the 11th ult., contains the following: How, then, are ged, ill- favored pair to be the Confederate Commissioners. Messrs. Mason and Slidell, with their two Secretaries, though not so handsome and graceful as their counway its confidence and applause, we may as wall observe that Messrs. Mason and Slidell are about the most worthless booty it would be possible to extract from the jahe same right-to triumphal arches and municipal addresses as Messrs. Mason and Slidell. So, please, British public, let's have none of these things. Let the Commisr statesmen and lawyers know quite as much on the subject as Messrs. Mason and Slidell, and are in no need of their information or advice. Bright horse for the
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