Browsing named entities in The Daily Dispatch: February 6, 1865., [Electronic resource]. You can also browse the collection for England or search for England in all documents.

Your search returned 1 result in 1 document section:

foot promptly and flatly. "Every State of Europe," says the Times, "acknowledged the Republic when it was governed by a Constitution permitting slavery as fully as the Southern States permit it now.--Why should its abandonment by the Confederacy buy a recognition that is withheld for many other reasons?" Precisely! What could be more sensible? Nay, the Times goes further; and, as if to put us out of our misery in case we entertain any eccentric notion of a European protectorate, says that England will certainly decline it, and it knows no other European Power which would accept the offer. It is the case of the Netherlands over again — no one would receive us as a gift. We may, therefore, save ourselves the trouble of abolishing slavery. The best authority now assures us that slavery is not the reason we do not obtain European recognition. The truth is, neither Europe nor the United States desire the abolition of slavery. It is indispensable to the commerce of the world. It