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The Daily Dispatch: April 6, 1861., [Electronic resource], The proposed Surrender of Ecuador to France. (search)
published in Lima three letters from the present President of Ecuador, to M. Trinite, the French Charge d'affaires in Peru, which, if not forged, are highly interesting, as they propose the transfer of the Ecuador to France something in the way Dominica has been handed over to Spain. The letters were written last December, and the originals are publicly exhibited at the Commerce office in Lima. How they came into Franco's possession, does not appear. In the first letter, dated Quito, December 7th, there is the following passage: "In my opinion, and I may even say, in the opinion of every order-loving man, the happiness of this country would depend upon its union with the French empire, under conditions analogous to those which exist between Canada and Great Britain, excepting the differences which have to be introduced by the force of circumstances. Those of us who are tired of struggling against the licentiousness of the soldiery and the turbulence of the demagogues; those