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Carl Schurz. The Cleveland Plain-dealer says there are two excellent reasons why Carl Schurz should have the mission to Sardinia. 1. Because he wishes to leave the country. 2. Because the country wishes him to leave. Carl Schurz. The Cleveland Plain-dealer says there are two excellent reasons why Carl Schurz should have the mission to Sardinia. 1. Because he wishes to leave the country. 2. Because the country wishes him to leave.
A disappointed Patriot. --Carl Schurz, the notorious German agitator, has missed the Sardinian mission. The New York "Demokrat" notices some of the opposition which has resulted in his defeat: "In Europe, as well as America, Heaven and earth are set in motion to agitate against the appointment of Mr. Schurz, and even Baron Gerolt,--in the interest of Prussia, --protests against his nomination, in which he is sustained by the whole diplomatic corps, including the Italian Minister. Fed the Sardinian mission. The New York "Demokrat" notices some of the opposition which has resulted in his defeat: "In Europe, as well as America, Heaven and earth are set in motion to agitate against the appointment of Mr. Schurz, and even Baron Gerolt,--in the interest of Prussia, --protests against his nomination, in which he is sustained by the whole diplomatic corps, including the Italian Minister. From New York city a monster petition has been presented against him at Washington."
The New Foreign Ministers. --The Federal Administration, as announced, has also made its selection of Ministers for the important European Courts. Hon. Charles Francis Adams, a member of the last Congress from Massachusetts, and a son of John Quincy Adams, is nominated for England. Hon. Wm. L. Dayton, of New Jersey, is nominated for the French Mission. Mr. Dayton served a term in the United States Senate, and was a candidate for Vice President on the Fremont ticket in 1856. Hon. George P. Marsh, of Vermont, gets the Sardinian Mission, which was so strongly demanded by Carl Schurz. Mr. Marsh served one term in the House of Representatives, and was appointed Resident Minister to Turkey by President Taylor in 1849. He is more eminent as a scholar and author than as a politician. Gen. Watson Webb, editor of the New York Courier, has been nominated Minister to the Turkish Porte.