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Dahlgren also, but who is there so absurd as to suppose that the orders of Dahlgren were issued on his own responsibility? Who supposes that he acted under any but the most explicit instructions from Washington, and that if the dead bodies of Kilpatrick and Custar had been found there would not also have been found just such orders as Dahlgren had in his pocket. The reason why Dahlgren was directed to kill the President and Cabinet instead of making them prisoners, was simply to avoid all thee memorandum book of Dahlgren settles this question also. "Jeff Davis and Cabinet must be killed on the spot." These are its precise words. Indeed, after devoting a city crowded with helpless women and children to the sack (confessed as one of Kilpatrick's objects while the expedition was in progress) and to "one vast flame," the killing of the President and Cabinet could not heighten the enormity of their wickedness. No reasoning is needed to satisfy ourselves of the reality of plans whic
ates steamer Kearsage, at Cork, proved the vigilance of the English Government in watching the proceedings of the Federal agents in Ireland. He added that the statement of the commander of the Kearsage relative to the affair was satisfactory. The House of Lords will give judgment in the Alexandra case soon after Easter. The London Post and Globe regard the opening of the spring campaign in America as disastrous to the Union cause. The Globe says that the expeditions of Sherman and Kilpatrick show that the rebels are weaker than they were a year ago. The trial of the Pampero case will take place on the 5th of May. The Stansfield Mazzini case of alleged collusion with the Italians to take Napoleon's life was the subject of two animated party debates in the House of Commons. Lord Palmerston assumed all the responsibility of Mr. Stansfield's position as a Cabinet Minister, believing him incapable of entering into such a plot. On a division on the question the Government esca