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Canada (Canada) (search for this): article 1
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
Cuba (Cuba) (search for this): article 1
the most valuable of their customers.--They will, therefore, be no more inclined to quarrel with her than she with them. The only hope of future peace and quiet is in the success of the Confederacy.--The North, on the other hand, already 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. But she would not do it in a future war, when the white soldiers of the South, whom some of her own generals admit to be the best fighting men in the world, could be drafted into the service. The poor men of the South would be forced into the United States armies, and
France (France) (search for this): article 1
ct than that of all the armies of all the wars that from the beginning of the world have been fought to this day? What interest had the rank and file of England, France, Spain, Germany, in most of the wars that those nations have waged? None on the face of the earth, except to advance the selfish ends of kings and rulers, whom lery, in which we are told none but slaveholders have any interest, abolished, how are the poor to be benefitted? What is the condition of the poor in England, in France, in the North? Is it not an incessant and painful struggle for the bare necessaries of life by the performance of labors which are here performed by slaves? Is afted into the service. The poor men of the South would be forced 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 tropic
Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): article 1
s, one of the most valuable of their customers.--They will, therefore, be no more inclined to quarrel with her than she with them. The only hope of future peace and quiet is in the success of the Confederacy.--The North, on the other hand, already 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. But she would not do it in a future war, when the white soldiers of the South, whom some of her own generals admit to be the best fighting men in the world, could be drafted into the service. The poor men of the South would be forced into the United States a
Maximilian (search for this): article 1
r soil is productive of staples essential to the commerce and manufactures of the world, and she will be, besides, one of the most valuable of their customers.--They will, therefore, be no more inclined to quarrel with her than she with them. The only hope of future peace and quiet is in the success of the Confederacy.--The North, on the other hand, already 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. But she would not do it in a future war, when the white soldiers of the South, whom some of her own generals admit to be the best fighting men in t