Browsing named entities in a specific section of The Daily Dispatch: January 30, 1865., [Electronic resource].
Search the whole document.
Found 22 total hits in 5 results.
lready proclaims that, as soon as the rebellion is crushed, she will punish England for the wrongs inflicted upon her in this war, and drive Maximilian from his throne.
Her policy is one of territorial aggrandizement.
She has determined to have Canada, Mexico and Cuba.
And who will be her instruments to accomplish these objects?
Who will be her soldiers?
Will she go to Ireland then, or to Germany, or rely upon negroes?
She does that now rather than draw upon her own precious population.
Bd into the United States armies, and compelled to fight the battles of the North against England, France, Spain; against any and every Power that stood in the way of Northern revenge and cupidity.
Their bones would bleach every battle-field from Canada to the tropics, and their wives and children be doomed to endless servitude and starvation.
They would then know what that thing means in reality: "a rich man's war — a poor man's fight."
We honestly believe that the welfare and happiness o