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The Daily Dispatch: September 23, 1863., [Electronic resource], Secretary Seward's circular--British opinion of his position and Arguments. (search)
this State paper is certainly intelligible. Mr. Seward is perfectly accurate in his presumption thats now recounted with so much complacency by Mr. Seward, we should have thought the task of the Washacticable than ever. We venture to add that Mr. Seward himself would have been very much of the samould never have been undertaken at all. That Mr. Seward, at this period of the strife, should be red, as seemed highly probable two months ago.--Mr. Seward, while coloring his history as favorably as icinity. There might be some purpose in Mr. Seward's present exposition if either we in this cod with the moderate balance of success which Mr.Seward claims for his own side. In point of fact, ctically, then, the very gist and essence of Mr. Seward's argument is fatal to its object.--If all ioriginal opinions on the subject; but though Mr. Seward has thus lost his pains, we can console him to Americans themselves as "exclusively" as Mr. Seward can desire; and if we add another remark upo[5 more...]