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tributes to Spain Adelice to place some one offer many Infantas at the head of the old dependency which she once so badly mismanaged. But of all other people the Spaniards are said to be the most detested Prince Napoleon name has not, I believe, been mentioned as a candidate; but the Prince is too consistent Democrat to consent ever to wear a grown Belgium has few wrongs to redress, but a can of King Leopold has been spoken of Some who know the impetuous temper and constitutions courage of Prim, the commander, of the Spanish expeditionary force, would not be surprised if the victories which his partisan friends are sure of his gaining may inspires him with more ambitions hopes than any he has hitherto manifested; and he has probably not forgotten the example of Hurbide who began by defending the Spanish monarchy, but who soon set up for himself. The pronunciamento of Hurbide was, I believe, the only attempt to found an independent monarchical rule in Mexico. Hurbide was of Bas