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The Daily Dispatch: October 13, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 15, 1863., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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Russell's late speech. --We published yesterday a sketch of the speech of Lord Russell at Blair Gourie, in Scotland. Let us take "a woodpeckers tap at this hollow beech tree." "He replied," so the report says, "to the complaints of the South in regard to the recognition of the blockade, and asserted that although self-interest demanded that England should break it, she prefers the course of honor, as it would be infamous to break it." Now, by the treaty of Paris, a blockade, to be respected, must be effectual. That this blockade has not been effectual, according to Russell's own interpretation, is evident enough. If the treaty had been followed out, the blockade would have been broken long since. If there be any infamy in the matter, then it is the treaty which is infamous. A very pretty Government that which forms a treaty which it is infamous to observe. It may be doubted whether, in the opinion at least of Lord Russell, interest (that is, the interest of the Bri