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The Daily Dispatch: May 4, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: July 20, 1863., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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he Emperor of the French, and he looked for nothing but enmity and had faith from him. [Cheers] He had, however, adopted the character of Tear and was at his post. He then exclaimed against his perjured lips baying touched the hallowed check of our beloved Queen. [Cheers] But now he had been to Paris, and became a conspirator with the Emperor to draw this country into a policy hostile to its interest, and degrading to its honor. Mr. Wyndham moved the adjournment of the debate. Sir G. Grey said he would not now notice the extraordinary conduct of Mr. Roebuck in himself an envoy to the Emperor of the French although such conduct was a of all confidence and official courtesy--Fie repeated the declaration of Earl Russell in the House of Lords, and expressed his inability to recondite them with the statement of Mr. Roebuck. As to his personal knowledge of the views of the Emperor of the French, they were totally at variance with the information possessed by the Foreign Offic