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AMERICA.

||i The resolution in the House of Representatives iii .-.favor -. of according belligerent rights -to the Feniacs was' -rejected. ' V ; " The Fenian movement is struggling along , slowly. ; There has been no further demonstration against Canada. \. * : The breach. between the President' and the Congress is, causing dissention in the Cabinet. The cause of the breach is the support giveu by the President to the objects of the National Union, ■ The Secretary of the Interior " has - resigned; and also the . PostmasterGeneral, 4 Mr- Denison. Other resigna- ;. tions are daily expected. The Congress has adjourned. A Convention 1 : was appointed at Philadelphia on the 14th. The President's policy for the speetly ;' restoratio_n pf the South to the Union ' isTstrqngly -opposed by the Badicals,-

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AMERICA., Grey River Argus, Issue 108, 20 September 1866

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AMERICA. Grey River Argus, Issue 108, 20 September 1866

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