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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 5 February 1872

(Bvmmti £tate Journal | _wj«ffß*K__j**. DAILY-to per year: *lx month*, Mi three months, »1.80; 1 month, Seeent*. SEMI-WEEKLY-*2.ao per year; six mouth*, J2fl; three months, 7fi cent*. WEEKLY—*I.6O per year; six month*, 7« cent* •_" WEEKL T and HEMI- WBBKL T JO URN A L Cluhs at extremely tow rates. (gwttitto, £tate Journal The Banquet of the Alexandria Commercial Exchange, which we had the good fortune of attending last week, was a most successful and satisfactory affair. The merchants and manufacturers of Alexandria met witli their customers, aud invited guests from other cities, to dedicate their new and beautiful hall, (food speeches and toasts were mingled properly with the abundant viands provided by the generous entertainers. Fraternal good feeling prevailed, and everybody was happy. We hope that this pleasant occasion may prove to be the dawn of a new day for Alexandria. She ought to be one of the great manufacturing cities of the continent. Her people, as we arc glad to see, ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 5 February 1872

(Evening £tate Journal rmi i 'in r- IiAIM -1 >ll WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At So "li', :,lAIS ttTBMf, IMsWH, Vl*ul»'A. BDWAKB DANIELS, Editor nml Manager. TERMS : OAI L V . iii,\"iir ♦« no I Three months.... tl 80 Ml month- *■'' BO I one month 80 MOMI-lA EERI.I. "[iSsrilD KVBRT TCR*DAT AltU »«lnAV.' One rear *2 80 I Three months 76 Six months 1 25 I line month 28 WEEKLY. (.ISSI'RI) KVKKT WRTINRSDAY.] One year II 60 1 Six months 73 CLUB KATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY i Oil* Tear. Six Months. Three Months. 3 copies... "ill 00 *3 80 »2 73 1(1 copies.... 20 00 10 00 6 00 20 copies 33 00 17 M 8 78 H copies.... 76 OO 37 60 IS 73 li_"Spe;'iinen copies of each|edlilon sent free. MONDAY EVENING, FED. S, 1872. THE TARIFF R.EDI'I'TIOV Doth, financially and socially, Virginia las a vital interest at stake in the proposed modifications of the present tariff, especially in regard to Coal, Iron, Salt and Wool. We lire just recovering from the ruin of the war and casting about for some source of income ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 5 February 1872

Evening £tate Journal MONDAY EVENING, FEB. 6, 1872. V WINTER SONG. BT SC4AN COOLIIKIB. Where does the Winter hide away ?'* My DnrlitiK asked, her eye* of blue Fixed upon mine. "Where does bo stay All the long Spring and Summer through ' How can he keep his ice and onow From setting melted In the sun ? I'm very glad he does, you know; There wouldn't be a nit of fun Withont them. Hut I want to hear Just how he doe* it. Let me sit Upon your lap. Now, Auntie, dear, Tell me about ii -every bit." Bo then I told my pet this tale: When days grow warm ami blue birds (ly, Old Winter tremble** ; he turns pale. And hurrlea to the mountain* high. There in a cave concealed he lies, An.., ogre-like, he tries to ilins Hie net, with sudden, swift surprise, Over the pretty, pacing Spring. Sometimes her garment's airy flow lie clntches In bis lingers grim , But she la nimbler than her lw, And laughs and mocks, escaping him, And flies, Then Summer, with a leap, Bounds forward. Her he dare not llout ; S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 5 February 1872

touton £M* Journal MONDAY EVEMNIi, FEB. 8, l-7>. LATEST NEWS. FROM WASIUM'TOV Washington-, Feb. ,'i. —A delegation of 1 plug-fhamifkctarer- from Kithmond were at tbe internal v leint.' officii 10-day, to interview the Comni-Siioner in relntion to the tax on tobacco, and to urge him to use his influence with Congress to secure the passage of a law making the rate of lax uniform au all kinds of manufactured at whatever rale Congress may decide upon. The Commissioner informed the delegation that the office sympathized with them in their request and favors such modiflc*-, tion of the present law, not inimical to public interest, a-i will meet their desires. The New York World has Iho following special from London ! -♦Chief Justice Cobuiu lias offleWle counselled tlw Cabinet tbat England mud recede immeth-Utly from the treaty of Washington, 1.-aving America to decide beiireen thai <nd a new treaty, A war pound! i; now disc-snine (lie terms in which this reeolution s...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 February 1872

ivenittg $tatr Journal DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, At Nn. 91SH Ma| B street. It 1, Innon.l. Va. DAILY—*6 per year; six months fcl, three month*. *1.S0; 1 month. So cenu. S_MI-WEEKLY-»2.IVi ),er year; «lx months, isa; three months, 7S cenu. gyentog fftate Jourttal THE TARIFF RED-CITON ON IRON. Virginia, as we have had occasion to state before, has within her borders every i needed resource to become one of the great iron districts of the world. In the primary ores of the Blue Ridge, the Brown Hematites of the great Valley of Virginia, the Bog Ores of the Tidewater Kegion, and tho Carbonates widely associated with tho Coal Measures, we have the basis of iron production upon a scale of unsurpassed magni licence.. The extent, richness and variety of our ores, long known to the geologist and the men of science, is just dawning upon the general public. New communications are being opened, enabling us to utilize their vast wealth. The coal, the fluxes, and the ore are now, for the first...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 February 1872

dvening j&tate journal rmi.tsml' DAILY SEW-WEEfn V AND WEEKLY,; IT No. BliSs Mall :-4caisr, Ktobhok-, Visoihia. | IIIV, \p. !• DANIELS, Editor nml Manner. TERMS: DAILY. One year $6 OOJTr.iee months....sl bo Six months *3 bit I One month SO SEMI-WEEKLY. (ISSCED RTRRT TTRSDAT ANTI FRIUAY.] One year *2 .VI | Three months *'.") Km months 1 » | One month M WEEKLY. [*,1-InKD HVKRT W -iiMlsllAT.] One year »1 So | Six months "." CUT! KATES For. SEMI-WEEKLY: Am Teetr, Six Months. Three Month. i coplei....*ll 00 *.1 50 vj 7.. 10 copies MOO 10 00 6 00 '20 copies So 00 17 60 S 78 60 copi.-s 7j 00 37 50 IS 76 B_r*specimen copies of eachJeUition sent free. TUESDAY EVENING, FEU. 8, 1872. j VIKUINIA EMIGRATION " I am inclined to think that some I younger sons, to whom the army has ceased to be an investment for handsome legacies, and some active gentlemen who are shelved by the Admiralty, might iv ihU beautiful country wield implements . more profitable than the sword, and that migratio...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 February 1872

if vening #tate Journal TUESDAY EVENING, FIB. 6, 1872. SCIEXCK. At a late meeting of tho Now York Lyceum, Professor , Wurtz illustrated by experiment the formation of amorphous carbonate of lime, using puro solutions of either carbonato of ammonia or soda and chloride of calcium, which instantly appeared as a perfectly transparent heavy precipitate. I!y agitation thin was changed to a white opaque gelatinous mass, that soon became starch-like ; but in the course of a couple of hours separation took place, the precipitate falling in rhomboncdra! crystals, leaving the liquid nearly clean. This experiment was applied to illustrate a conjecture as to the formation of crystalline carbonate of lime, C'alcite, in nature. Limestone rocks supply a solution of tho carbonate, while, finding its way into fissures, cavities, etc., first appears injthe amorphous state, from which it slowly crystallizes into the varied and beautiful forms of the mineral. Transparent and opaque layers are frequentl...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 6 February 1872

Evening £tate Journal, TI.KSDAV EVENING, t'lA). (), lj7'.. LATEST NEWS. FROM WAMIUNGTOV Washington, Feb. 6.—The Now York dailies fiU discuss tin Washington treaty trouble- as a serious inatlir. Tlie tone of the articles ia favorable te a ttrk't Jobservance uf the obligations import d ly the treaty and the settlement of all questions arising under it in accordance with its provisions. In Washington, the accounts iVom England produce no excitement whatever in Executive or Congressional circles; nor is it considered tliat any complications between the two countries can result from t).e agitation of the question in England, and it is believed the matters at issue will be settled in accordance with the terms of the treaty. The latest dispatch from London says the tone of opposition lo the Alabama claims has slightly •moderated. All fort forward to tlie Queen's speech at the opining of Parliament to-m.irow for a positive announcement of the stand taken by the government with regard to the...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
Source: Library of Virginia
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 February 1872

(Evening #tate Journal | At !»•. 919H Mala Street, Richmond, Va. DAILY—S« per year; six months, $3; three months, $1.60; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—S2.6O per year; six months, '26; three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY—SI.6O per year; six months, 76 cents tefWEßlfl.rand SEMI-WEEKLY JOURNAL Clubs at extremely low cedes. (Ewnittg $tate {Journal VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE. SIXTY-FOURTH DAY. Wednesday, Fob. 7. House of Delegates. House mot at 11 o'clock. No prayer. Journal of yesterday read. assessment bill. Senate bill for tho assessment of taxes for the year 1872, was, under a .suspension of the rules, placed on tlie calendar without reference to a committee. BILLS, &C, REPORTED. An act regulating the hours of work and labor of females and children in manufacturing establishments ; to amend and reenact the charter of the Bank of Portsmouth; to amend and reSntct the 16th section of the act in relation to the public printing and public printer, approved March 30th, 1871 ; to amend th...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 February 1872

(Evening £tate Journal rraLisHuD lAlL** , SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, «' No. 612H Msia Stasat, Rioh-oud, fMllfla. F.DWAHU DANIELS, Editor ami Manager. TERMS: DAILY. One year ♦« OC j Three months... »1 90 Six months *8 001 One month SO SEMI-WKKKLY. I'm TrssD-t *m> raiost.) One year *2 50 I Three months 75 Mxmonths 1 16 1 One month 25 WEEKLY. [isscan kvhkt widsssdaT.] One year tl 60 | Six months 75 CLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : Dim Tear, fHx Months. Three Months. 5 copies... »11 00 *5 50 *2 75 10 copies 20 00 10 00 6 00 20 copies Srt 00 17 50 8 75 60 copies.... 75 00 37 60 18 75 *_" Siiecimen copies of earh§edliion sent free. WEDNESDAY EVEN'U FEB. 7, 1872. RErEAL IT. Tliero i.s one provision ot the Code of Virginia which manifestly needs repealing. I We are surprised, in fact, that it should ever have found a place in our statute books, and nothing but some pretty sharp practit'9 on the part of attorneys could ever have induced sagacious law-makers to give it a moment's consider...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 February 1872

(Evening 0tate Journal WEDNESDAY EVEN'O FEB. 7, 1*72. [Communicated.) Te Uie Editor of the State Journal. The Dispatch of Saturday last charges that Messrs. Lassiter, Jorgenson, Stovall, Southall, Pearce and Noble, Republican members of the House of Delegates, were present when the vote was taken on the amendement offered by Mr. Evans, of Petersburg, that no distinction should bo made on account of race, color, &c.., by the institutions accepting the I.And Scrip Fund, &c, &.C. I have waited patiently, expecting to see some denial of this proposition by some of the gentlemen charged with being recreant to their political obligations ; but as nothing has yet appeared, we conclude that, with one or two exceptions, it may be possible that the constituency of these gentlemen are of but little consequence or consideration to them after the daj of election ; and it may also be true that there aro negroes in the city of Itichmond who tacitly or otherwise ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 7 February 1872

Evening £tate Journal WEDNESDAY EVEN'G FEB. 7, 1872. LATEST NEWS. NIMK l\h*ws. Eioiiniit 1 . laji, ijii, IV-b. ii.— Tin. session of l'.i. lia> ment was opened to-day shoitiy al! moon. When tlie members of the House had I - serablod in the Chamber of Peers, the tJueeii's speech was delivered. The royal speech begins with thanks to (*od for the recovery of the Prince of Wales, and gratitude "for the sympathy of the people. The relations with foreign powers are stated ns being friendly, and in all respects satisfactory. A bill will be presented to check, the slave trade in Polynesia, which is severely denounced. Theeffort* to secure the continuance of the commercial treaty with France have so far not succeeded, but negotiations are still ponding. The following reference is made with legard to the "Alabama" claims : "I'h'.' iirbritiators appohited pursuat.t to tho treaty of Washington for the purpose of amicably settling the. Alabama claims, held their first meeting at Geneva...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 February 1872

(Evening £tate Journal J^»_£ l sff££^wJ_S ,I v ; m. iiiTtv ke i*>r ~„■ _a ,„„„.1,. _a. ihroo .^"L — P^ r y ear . BIX months, »_, tnree mniitlu, »1.S0: 1 month, ourenu. SEMI-WEEKLY—♦'2.IHI per year; six months, '43: three monihs, 76 cents. WEEKLY—#I.6O |ier year; six months, 7fi cents «_~M KK-7, | ~„,/ SEMI-WEEKLT JOURNAL Clubs at es-tremely lute rates. (Evening £tate Journal LETTERS rilOM THE PEOPLE. The London Pros. To the Blltor tf the. State Journal. The following paragraph ia going the rounds of the press and appeared in the State Journal a few days ago : "London, with a population of 3,000,---000, has only nine daily newspapers—five morning and four evening—while I'aris has 20, and New York 24.'' This is incorrect. There are 21 daily papers, of which I remember the -teles, fhe following are the morning pipers published in London: Times, Stundard, Herald, Daily News, Advertiser, Fast, Daily Chronicle and Clerkenwell News, Telegraph, J'ublic Ledger —o. There are also t...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 February 1872

(Evening $tate Journal rrsi-Uati. I.'AILY, >.Eili WEtKl.i BMS WEEKLY, A I >'* »liH .Mai. 1 . Stsist. KiOßHoao, Trnim*. KUU.lllu UASIKLS, Editor and llnnnsrr. TERMS: DAILY. Oneieir *« or | Three months ...*1 N Six month. *8 oo | One month HO m:iii-hkiu.i. Lisaum etkrt ttssdat a»d friuat.J One year *2 M I Three montha 78 8U months 1 H I tine mouth 28 WEEKLY.| [iSSC-D RVRRT WHin-li.lT.] One year SI SO | Six months 70 CLUB RATES FOR SEMI-WEEKLY : One Tear. Skt Months. Three. Xmdhs. A copies. ..ill 00 eS 30 t ' 7. 10 copies... 20 00 10 00 3 00 2il copies 34 00 17 SO 8 78 SO coi>tes 76 00 37 60 18 70 efif Specimen copies of each edition sent free. THURSDAY F.VEN'G FEB. 8, 1872. PROTECTION TO FRUIT. Few States are better adapted to fruit raising than Virginia. In soil and climate, as well as in the means for commanding a ready market, it has peculiar advantages over many of our most successful fruit-growing States. Many of our finest varieties of apples—tho...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 February 1872

(Eveuing £tate Journal THURSDAY EVENT. FEB. 8, 1872. New York DalrrmeitV Conrentiotie I **j *» i. '* ijm*3"»iuiif a *vi *■* *^v dairymen keeping largo herds, and feeding large quantities of coarse fodder, it may be economical. Ho estimated the cost of cutting and cooking apparatus sufficient for a herd of fifty cows at $600, and the annual cost of using the same, together with interest on investment and depreciation, by rust, wear, &.c, at $225, or enough to purchase about fifteen tons of hay at the average price for the last dozen years. Some dairymen who have tried cutting and cooking food for stock, regard it as very economical, saving at least one-third of the ordinary cost of wintering their dairy stock. Again, others have tried tho system, ana regard it not only as non-paying, but injurious to the cows. That a saving may be made by cutting and steaming coarse fodder, Mr. 1,. would not doubt, but he thought most pecsons make the advantage too high over and above the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 8 February 1872

(Evening £taje Journal THURSDAY EVEN FEB. 8, IhT'2. LATEST NEWS. THE TIIFArY. roß.ltl_Hi.fihc United Slntrs M th* 1 «--hpmArMtraUdU—'lhe Treaiy in llwSrftMif-tr* liaiueiu. Washington, Teh. 7. —The position taken by gentlemen closely connected with the administration of Ihe government, is that the British high commissions perfectly understood the views of the American high commissioners in the negotiations of the treaty of Washington, both from its terms and the associations in protocal, and that therefore our government is altogether justified in presenting the case as it has, ! claiming consequential damages. In cose | the board of arbitrators shall not award a gross sum in satisfaction of the so-called Alabama claims, our government is willing to stand by their decision. It is known that, though the British commissioners had fill power, they frequently consulted their ho.ne government and aoied in accordance with its wishes in ail they did. it is officially asserted that if the cl...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 February 1872

©vetting #tate Journal I At If*. 919* Main Street. Kit hinond, \ n. DAILY—»6 per year; six months, $»; three months ti.Mi; 1 month, 60 cents. SEMI-WEEKLY—»2.6O per year; six months, )_Sj three months, 76 cents. WEEKLY—*I.6O per year; six months, 76 cents m+£Z?k£?_Z amM T,O VRNAL AMUSEMENTS. I )1( llilo\n THEATRE. Positively five nights only of JT __._V__.TI 8 CHEK, THE QUEEN OF ENGLISH TRAGEDY. Bupporti - by her own GREAT NEW YORK STAR COMPANY. MONDAY, Feb. 12 MAHY STAURT TUESDAY', Feb II DEBORAH (Leah the Forsaken.) WEDNESDAY, Feb. 14 CHESNET WOLU (an adaptation of Chas. Dickens' Bleak ftouge ) THURSDAY, Feb. 16 MACBETH FRIDAY, Feb. loth, BENEFIT OF JANAUSCHEK, and farewell performance. Admission, tl; reserved seats, 60 cents extra; gallery, 61) cents. The sale of reserved seats will commence on Thursday morning, Rth instant, at West k Johnston'w, next to post-office. fe <j it A CADEMY OF MUSIC, Fbank-ib Stbbkt, bbab Etchaxije Hothl, ' GLORIOUS SUCCESS-OF THE NEW STARS. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 February 1872

(Evening J§tate Journal i"r»ustrii AH.*i -I'll WEEKI.I AMi WEEKLY, ai X* »--H .MAIM ST-Mr, Rioa-inn, Visum*. KDW-iU DANIELS, Killwr nn.l Manager. TERMS: DAILY. One year *« 00 I Three month- .. »1" M Sll months SS OU I One mouth 60 fIIHI.IM' ' [ISSCBD ITSRT TIT_SIUT _-D P-ln_T .] One year *1 60 I Three months .1 73. e,;\ mouths 1 36 | One month 26 WEEKLY. [iStF-D IV-ST WKD!f_»D_T.J One year 11 00 | Sii months 76* OT.UB PATES FOR : One Tsar. Bite Months. Three Mimths. o »0p)e5....»1l 00 to 80 KM 10 copies.... 20 00 10 00 S 00 20 copies So 00 17 60 '* 75 W copies 78 00 37 60 18 72 (_T Specimen copies of each edition sent free. FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. I), 1872. THE TREATY I'lllMii.l.in The English press and certain members of the British Parliament have been working themselves up to a white heat of excitement over the "Alabama claims," so called, or rather over what they are pleased to sail tlie "unwarrantable presentation" of them to tho Court of Arbitration at Geneva. The Atlantic cable ...

Publication Title: Daily State Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 February 1872

(Evening £tate Journal' FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. 9, 1872. I km: disclssion. The Land Scrip Bill. TV the Editor of the State Journal : caucus in reference to the Land Scrip, and expressed some fear that tho colored people would not be dealt fairly with ou the subject. The holding of a caucus in this matter, has been forced upon the Conservative party by the Republican party, wliich had had a caucus on the subject. But our object here is to show why the colored people should share in the benefits of that fund according to population. Tho free school system of tlie State virtually distributes its benefits to our people equally as to color. The eighth section of eighth article of the constitution provides that the free school funds shall be " for the equal benefit of all tho people of the State, the number of children (all colors) between the ages of five and twenty-one years in each public free school district being the basis of such division." In accordance with this provision our last Le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily State Journal — 9 February 1872

©vening £tate Journal FRIDAY EVENING, FEB. !', IH7*2.- LATEST NEWS. THE TUFATY. X feeu ef ihe VVnshi,.- 'I rial) livable*— The I'rm on the iienty iluesiion — l.otd fll—TlUs'l DUpunii. London, Feb. 8. —The excitement over the Alabama claims i.s unabated. Parliamentary speeches Keep the public mind agitated, and anxiety regarding the action ol tho Washington cabinet pervades all circles. Business at the Exchange is seriously atl'eeted. The press is still' moderate, but maintains that Parliament should he Unanimous against the American demands. The Times, reviewing the debate in Commons yesterday, says it is evident the House favors the repudiation of the Ameri>au claims for indirect damaged, hut that Mr. Gladstone's language is. not likely to induct the Americans te withdraw their demands. The Daily Telegraph criticises the tltteran3:;s of American journalists on the subject, and says the English government, in the stand it took, only obeyed the unanimous impulses of the co...

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