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The Illustrated London News, vol. 39, no. 1116, p. 464.

November 9, 1861

Public opinion in Canada is much divided on the policy of enforcing the provision of the Foreign Enlistment Act against Colonel Rankin. The Ministerial organs are partisans of a rigid neutrality, while those of the Opposition manifest sympathy with the Northerners.

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