Our foreign relations : showing present perils from England and France, the nature and conditions of intervention by mediation, and also by recognition, the impossibility of any recognition of a new power with slavery as a corner-stone, and the wrongful concession of ocean belligerency. Speech of Hon. Charles Sumner, before the citizens of New York, at the Cooper Institute, Sept. 10, 1863.
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Williams, Frank J.; Williams, Virginia
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United States--Foreign relations--1861-1865.; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Foreign public opinion.; United States--Foreign relations--Great Britain.; Great Britain--Foreign relations--United States.; United States--Foreign relations--France.; France--Foreign relations--United States.
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