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English opinion of American affairs.Lincoln's scheme of emancipation. [From the London Herald — Opposition organ.] If the tone of the American press, in discussing President Lincoln's massage, is undecided and halting, the English public will readily be excused for not jumping at once, to a conclusion respecting its merits asPresident Lincoln's massage, is undecided and halting, the English public will readily be excused for not jumping at once, to a conclusion respecting its merits as the programme of the policy of the United States Government, the honesty of its purpose, and the possibility of its realization. The secret seems to have been well kept to the last moment, and the effect of its publication, we can readily imagine, must have been electric. But when the first surprise was over, and the American mi
of, and resolutely bent on accomplishing their freedom from a despotism as black as any the Old World can show, is to ignore history.
We believe, then, that President Lincoln's project is not feasible.
The North cannot, the South will not, accept it. Both sides will, we believes, regard it as a dishonoring compromise.
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