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The Daily Dispatch: January 30, 1865., [Electronic resource], Religious duties of masters to slaves. (search)
Interesting foreign news. The New year's Speech of Napoleon. A Yankee Paris correspondent says: The Emperor said nothing in the few remarks which he made to each member of the corpe diplomatique at New Year which, in the slightest degree, indicated the policy he intended adopting upon any particular question. To Mr. Pennington, our charge d'affaires, the Emperor expressed a few words of regret at the death of Mr. Dayton, but said nothing whatever about our affairs in general.
in consequence of that reply to the overtures of M. de Meyendorff that the announced visit of the Czarewitch was countermanded.
The French and Papal Governments have concluded a telegraph treaty.--After New Year's day, a simple dispatch from Paris to Rome, and vice versa, will cost only five francs instead of thirteen francs and fifty centimes.
The municipal elections just over in Prussia have all resulted in the success of Liberal candidates.
A Paris letter in the Salut Public