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Ho for Hyde Park! General Sherman proposes to travel.--Having thoroughly explored his own country, he intends to complete his education in foreign parts. This
ly reduced and exhausted, he would land upon her shores and pitch his tent in Hyde Park."
We should like to have beheld the countenance of that worthy and resp American grandiloquence.
When General Sherman promises to pitch his tent in Hyde Park, we are very much afraid that Hyde Park will either never hear of the threat,Hyde Park will either never hear of the threat, or that it will be more amused than terrified.
One Napoleon Bonaparte, who walked over all Europe with as little difficulty as Sherman did over Georgia, and who me , nor "Simon Suggs" to harass his rear, that he is going to pitch his tent in Hyde Park?
We are no great admirers of English policy, but English power is anothe , who has taken Savannah, is going to take London!
He will pitch his tent in Hyde Park!
Oh, most puissant!
Let Victoria and the House of Lords hasten to the shore