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The Daily Dispatch: May 22, 1863., [Electronic resource], Jonathan and John Bull-Pent-up wrath (search)
Jonathan and John Bull-Pent-up wrath The people of the South, who know the Yankees well, and perfectly understand the men who now guide their affairs, know that neither they nor their Government will ever make reparation, apology, or atonement that these terrible threats — these promised revenges postponed to a convenient season--will disturb the equanimity of John Bull. He is not easily disturbed. He, too, has interests which sometimes induce him to smother as well as postpone wrath. ad, and also continue his explanations and protestations of neutrality to the Yankees. In the matter of Yankee revenge John Bull may rest assured that it will be indulged economically and profitably.--Harper's foreshadowed piratical co-operation witagonist. If they do not, they will be universally robbed and pillaged until they will be commercially and financially ruined. If Mr. Bull knows the value of a bribe, he could never employ one more profitably than in such a case with the Yankees.