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The Daily Dispatch: February 22, 1861., [Electronic resource], Debate on the Queen's speech --remarks on the United States. (search)
as deeply; but, with the same clear sense, urged that England should look hereafter for her cotton supply to quarters where the political suicide of a foreign nation would not endanger their own prosperity: "Knowing the extent to which we were dependent on America for the raw material of our greatest manufacture, he would urge on their Lordships the necessity of taking such measures in our colonial dependencies as would insure us a constant and ample supply of cotton." The Earl of Derby, while expressing solicitude in regard to the supply of cotton, manifested a still deeper concern for the welfare of the Republic. He said: It is impossible not to feel the deepest concern at the threatened disruption of that great Union, as it must affect the happiness and welfare of that country. [Hear, hear.]--There is no man in this country who would not view with the deepest anxiety and regret the disruption of a community which, without claiming perfection for its institutions,