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The Daily Dispatch: March 27, 1861., [Electronic resource], Collection of Customs in the Confederated States. (search)
Poland still Alive. Those who remember the terrible events of the years 1830 and 1831--the expulsion of the Grand Duke "Constantine"fromds of respectable families to Siberia — the complete subjugation of Poland, and the supposed extinction of its national life, by its absorptioarn, without surprise, that the apparently long dead nationality of Poland is once more giving signs of life. To the persons of the last geneeets at night; but the spirit of nationality is once more roused in Poland. It appears that a petition, signed by tens of thousands of Po the Emperor Alexander, praying him to recognize the Nationality of Poland. It seems, also, that he received it very badly, if he did not reject it outright. It seems to us that this is very bad policy. Poland proper numbers 15,000,000 of souls. It is divided between Russia, Prustionary powers, full of the smouldering life of subdued volcanoes. Poland cannot but be moved by the earthquakes in her neighborhood, and it