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The Daily Dispatch: August 9, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: May 7, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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rived when calmly-judging men, such as you, can exercise a mediatorial influence? The authorities at Washington are compelled to follow rather than to lead public opinion upon this as upon all other occasions. You, individually could render no greater service to humanity than that which you would confer by first convening a mediatorial committee at New York, and by subsequently inviting a mass meeting to proclaim its opinion in favor of an amicable adjustment of differences on terms which shall be consistent with the honor and security of all sections of the American people. Above and beyond all other considerations, beware of "foreign intervention." Of course you will understand that I mean by this term armed intervention, not friendly mediation. From the day on which foreign arms shall be brought to compel a pacification, the prestige and dignity of both the Confederate and Federal States will be lost forever. Believe me, my dear friend, yours most sincerely, Wm S. O'Brien.
Federal enlistments in Ireland. --In the course of last week, says a foreign journal, two broad sheets were posted on the gates and doors of Roman Catholic churches in Dublin. Both are signed "Sacerdos." One is headed "Letters of His Holiness Plus IX on the American War," and the other "Letters of John Mitchel, Wm Smith O'Brien, John Martin, and 'Sacerdes, ' on the American War." Their object is to discourage the Federal enlistments in Ireland.