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The Daily Dispatch: November 17, 1863., [Electronic resource], Attempt to cross the Rapidan — the enemy driven back. (search)
s and the Yankees. The Yankee papers are raising a great outcry over the reported plot of the "rebel" sympathizers in Canada to capture Buffalo, release the Confederate prisoners, and burn the city. For our own part, we do not believe one word onton. We believe it to be a mare's nest, existing only in the weak fancy of the British ambassador and his informants in Canada. It afforded a rare opportunity, however for Lyons to manifest his zeal for the cause of Yankee Doodle, and his hatred oould they possibly make their way through such a country? Should they, in despair of reaching their own country, turn to Canada, they know well enough that they would not be protected there. Far from it, the British Government would make a merit ofid by Confederate prisoners in the middle of Lake Erie, surrounded by Yankee ships of war, in conjunction with persons in Canada — disclosed by Lord Lyons, and punished by Lincoln — has more the air of an ill-gotten up farce than anything that even t