the proprietors are setting heartily to work to procure the requisite labor, which may probably be supplied from the United States.
Agricultural machinery of the highest order has been sent out to Porto Rico, which is expected to supply a large quore the old state of affairs.
The Military Dictatorship.
That Lincoln is to be the Military Dictator of the United States, and that very soon, seems to be conceded by the press of that country.
The plan is clearly developed in the followire only waste paper.
They appear to have very little idea of what the Commander in-Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States can do. A man of firm and into will, with a million of men in arms to support him, can do pretty much what he please, and without authority — it was things like these that destroyed every notion which a European had of liberty in the United States.
I was amused, said Mr. James, in continuing, when, the other day, a gentleman came to me — he was a client, and as