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The Mexican Empire. So we are to have an Empire and are to have an Emperor living and being in North America and event forbidden long ago by the "greatest nation in all creation," and interdicted by both the "Eagle" and the "Stars and Stripes!" Were the Yankee nation free from the war which now absorbs all their means and exercises all their ingenuity, they would beyond doubt essay to defeat the Empire and the Emperor; but the moment of their close occupation in our subjugation is selected by the French Emperor as the most fitting for the introduction of his policy — Napoleonic ideas — into Mexico! They will be indignant at the event, and may well discern in it that which is most unfavorable to their barring and domineering over this continent. They will profess to be horrified at the imperial character of the new Government, while they are themselves the slaves of the vilest and most degraded tyranny that ever cursed the earth. The South is content, nay, pleased, with th