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The Daily Dispatch: October 6, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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ment whole classes of men to recruit their armies by them out of other employment, and leaving them no alternative but to fight or starve. It would strengthen their financial status, by shutting them out from the world, and confining their circulation entirely to themselves. Recognition and intervention, therefore, unless backed by a land force of half a million of men, would do us no good and might do us much harm. When Gen. Bonaparte was negotiating the treaty of Camp Formio, Count Cobentzel, the Austrian Minister, presented the draft of a convention, the first clause of which began with an acknowledgment of the French Republic. "Strike that out," said Bonaparte. --The fact is as clear as the existence of the sun." Whenever we come to make treaties with foreign powers we should be able to use the same language. Let our existence be so clearly established as to require no acknowledgment. Let it be as notorious as the existence of the sun. That it may be so, we have only to