Browsing named entities in a specific section of The Daily Dispatch: August 11, 1863., [Electronic resource]. Search the whole document.
Found 21 total hits in 7 results.
Foreign Relations of the United States The New York Herald strives, with all its might, to convince its readers and itself that the late victories of the Yankee armies will go far to indispose Napoleon to recognize the independence of the Southern Confederacy, and it rails with all the virulence of Rabshakols, against France, England, the London Times, and all mankind in general, for not feeling any disposition to acknowledge the supremacy of "the greatest nation in all creation." Hitherto, it acknowledges, the Yankee Foreign Relations "have been anything but satisfactory" to every patriot "in this country," that is, "in Yankeedom." England has been supplying the rebels with arms, ammunition, money, clothing, food, and vessels of war — that is to say, has actually been at war with Yankeedom. "We have been obliged to see the rebels assisted by English blockade runners, and our commerce destroyed by English privateers, without having had the opportunity to resent and avenge these