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The Daily Dispatch: April 7, 1863., [Electronic resource], Correspondence between Mr. Mason and Earl Russell. (search)
pelessly carried on against them, and which is attended by a want on waste of human life." Harl Russell replied that the meaning of his declarations was, that in the opinion of her Majesty's Government any proposal to the United States to recognizes the Southern Confederacy would irritate the United States, and any proposal to the Confederate States to return to the Union would irrigate the Confederates. The next letter from Mr. Mason is on the subject of gallien, and is dated July 14 1861. In this letter our minister sets forth that the new Confederacy has evinced both the capacity and the determination to maintain its independence, and therefore, with other powers the question of recognition is simply a question or time. He submits that his Government, having sustained itself unimpaired through trial greater than most nations have been called upon to endure, and far greater than any it has yet to meet, has furnished to the world sufficient proof of stability, streng