russels, etc., etc., all of which is false, and only intended to let the public come gradually at the truth.
However, Confalonieri arrived here on the 5th instant, and on the 9th it was finally admitted, by the government journals, that there was no longer any objection to his being in Paris.
December 11.—I dined to-day at Mr. Harris's,
Earlier our Charge d'affaires in Paris, for a time. where were General Cass, our Minister, Prince Czartoriyski, formerly Prime Minister of Alexander of Russia, General Lallemand, and a few others.
But the person who most interested me was Baron Pichon.
I. pp. 132 and 261. I sat next to him at dinner, and talked with him afterwards till half past 10 o'clock, long after the rest of the company was gone.
He was Secretary of Legation to Genet and Fauchet in the United States; afterwards in the office of Foreign Affairs here, during the Directory and under Talleyrand; then again in the United States, Secretary and Charge d'affaires from