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The Daily Dispatch: April 7, 1862., [Electronic resource], [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] (search)
hour is assigned. Heavy guns were heard during this forenoon but it is not yet known whence it proceeded; it was thought that it came from Causten's Bluff. The debate in Congress some time since, and the resolution offered relative to the withdrawal of our Ministers at foreign Courts, and the notification of the cessation of all authority under their old exequators received from the United States, has drawn subjugation to the subject. People begin to appreciate the position that England and France occupy in regard to us, and the motive for their inaction. Our pride demands that these officials, who really possess no authority, should not longer be allowed to assume it, and to act upon it, in many cases to the detriment of our cause and interference with our internal regulations. They have granted to many, in different parts of the country, a claim to British protection who have for years resided in our midet, claimed the right of suffrage, and even held offices. I canno