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Canuck (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): article 14
Recent European views of the South.[from the little Rock (Ark.) true Democrat.] Europeans are at length correctly apprehending the real character and claims of the Southern people, and the true causes of the political disturbances that have resulted in the dismemberment of the Union. They begin to understand the relations of the Confederate States to modern civilization. They have been in the habit of looking at America only by the light of the Northern press — They saw only the great North in the foreground, and nothing of the South but the negro in the dark, dim and distant perspective. They saw nothing of this great region, except from the repulsive view of the abolitionists. They had some faint idea of the fact that it furnished cotton, but they confounded it some how with Northern wealth and enterprise; they purchased Southern cotton of the North, and settled with that section for it. The war in making a great disclosure to the European mind. It reveals to that pe
United States (United States) (search for this): article 14
Recent European views of the South.[from the little Rock (Ark.) true Democrat.] Europeans are at length correctly apprehending the real character and claims of the Southern people, and the true causes of the political disturbances that have resulted in the dismemberment of the Union. They begin to understand the relations of the Confederate States to modern civilization. They have been in the habit of looking at America only by the light of the Northern press — They saw only the great North in the foreground, and nothing of the South but the negro in the dark, dim and distant perspective. They saw nothing of this great region, except from the repulsive view of the abolitionists. They had some faint idea of the fact that it furnished cotton, but they confounded it some how with Northern wealth and enterprise; they purchased Southern cotton of the North, and settled with that section for it. The war in making a great disclosure to the European mind. It reveals to that peo
California (California, United States) (search for this): article 14
sting trade of this great section, a new field for the enterprise of European shipping is now opened, from which it has heretofore been driven off by our jealous navigation laws. It has been the policy of the North to prejudice the European mind against our section, and by every artifice to depreciate us in European estimation. It has been its study to conceal the resources of the South, and to envelope its concerns in a cloud of obscurity and prejudice. As a fortunate prospector in California conceals the discovery of a rich placer from all around, and toils in secrecy and silence by day and night, in extracting its precious nuggets of gold, so that the North with zealous eye kept guard upon the South, while enriching itself from her exhaustless treasuries. The war interrupts this most profitable same of avarice and plunder. It brings the South forth prominently to the eyes of Europe, from the cloud of defamation and ignorance which has enveloped her; and it discloses to Euro