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The Daily Dispatch: April 8, 1864., [Electronic resource], Peace Coming through bankruptcy — a Blast from a "Suppressed" Press. (search)
s far as subduing the spirit of that journal is concerned. The last number contains a scathing review of truthful exposition of the financial condition of the United States. The last hope of keeping gold down in that country, was the passage of Chase' gold bill. It was done, but to-day gold in New York is quoted within two cents of the figure at which it stood the day the bill was passed. The article from the Record, which we give below, is an able one and will well repay perusal: Ares until he is beyond the reach of help or the hope of mercy. He struggles? He cries for help! He throws up his hands in agony! In vain! Nothing can save him from the mighty gulf of waters. Under the direction of such captains as Lincoln and Chase, the ship of State is whirling round in the outer current of a financial Maelstrom. Nothing can save it. You may cry "traitor" at every man who tells the truth about the matter, but such cries will not check the speed at which the Administration