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The Daily Dispatch: March 21, 1864., [Electronic resource], Latest foreign News. (search)
Latest foreign News. The steamship Arabia has arrived at Halifax with Liverpool dates of the 5th inst.: Mr. Mason had returned to London from Paris. His journey was undertaken, it was supposed, in connection with the alleged recognition negotiations between France and England. Mr. Lawley, ex-correspondent of the London Times at Richmond, was passing continually between London and Paris. It was thought that he was engaged on the same subject. Bonds of the rebel loan to the extent of $71,000, repayable at par, were drawn on London on the 1st of March. The English Cabinet demands, if the reports presented to it be true, that the officer of the United States steamship Vanderbilt who shot the mate of the bark Saxon be tried for murder, and that compensation be made to the widow of the deceased man. Earl Russell stated that the alleged Union recruitments in Ireland were not clearly proven, and that the statements made respecting them were positively denied by Mr. Adams, the Un