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[The dissentions which arose some months ago]

The Illustrated London News, vol. 39, no. 1102, p. 127.

August 10, 1861

The dissensions which arose some months ago in the United States of North America have, unfortunately, assumed the character of open war. Her Majesty, deeply lamenting this calamitous result, has determined, in common with the other Powers of Europe, to preserve a strict neutrality between the contending parties. . . .

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