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William L. Yancey (search for this): article 3
Speech of Hon. Wm. L. Yancey in London. his remarks Enthusiastically Applauded. [From the London Globe, Nov. 12.] Mr. Dudley Mann, and Wm. L. Yancey, two of the Southern Commissioners, now in EnWm. L. Yancey, two of the Southern Commissioners, now in England, attended the dinner of the Fishmongers' Company on Saturday. Mr. Yancey, in answer to a complimentary toast, made the following speech, which derives interest from the fact that the Minister Mr. Yancey, in answer to a complimentary toast, made the following speech, which derives interest from the fact that the Minister from the United States, Mr. Adams, was at the same time speaking in Guildhall. Mr. Yancey said: Upon the part of Americans, I sincerely respond to the sentiment just expressed by the Prince Mr. Yancey said: Upon the part of Americans, I sincerely respond to the sentiment just expressed by the Prince Warden, for the restoration of peace in America. Such a wish proclaimed by a company of intelligent Englishmen must kindle a corresponding spirit in the bosom of every enlightened and impartial Amerior and its independence. For the great interests of peace and humanity it will yield much that is merely material or of secondary importance. (Mr. Yancey sat down amid loud and continued cheering.)
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