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[Mr. P.A.Taylor, M.P., Met his Constituents]

The Illustrated London News, vol. 42, no. 1186, p. 111.

January 31, 1863

Mr. P.A. Taylor, M.P. met his constituents on the 26th inst. He reviewed the measures and the proposals of the last Session of Parliament, and then went on to speak at some length on the American question. He contended that the war had originated in slavery, that the North was intent on lessening slavery, and that, in fact, the contest was one between freedom and slavery. A vote of confidence in the hon. gentlemen was passed.

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