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so firmly convinced that the English were for violent measures, that they find it hard to admit their defeat. Their Constitutionnel is to commence to-morrow morning a series of leading articles from its principal editor in favor of mediation based on the late discussion in the English Parliament. The Constitutionnel defends the cause of the South as if ordered to do so by the Government; the Patric appears to defend it from conviction; and the Pays from ignorance; but they are all probablvernment of the North a debt almost equal to that of England. Such are the results obtained within a year!" The Constitutionnel seems no less eager to seize upon every scrap which can favor the pro-secession side. It says: "It is at the gates d, observe, on a telegram we had the other day that there was a rumor to this effect. But shadows substance for the Constitutionnel.] "It is in the environs of Nashville that a reaction is operating — that whole corps of Federals fell into the hand
The Daily Dispatch: August 15, 1862., [Electronic resource], The birth of the Princess Clothilda's son. (search)
The birth of the Princess Clothilda's son. From the Paris Constitutionnel we have the following in relation to the birth of the Princess Clothilda's son: The great event in Paris during the week previous to the sailing of the steamer was the birth of the Princess Clothilda's son — Victor Jerome Frederica. He was christened the same day he was born, at eleven, and the Empress and Prince Imperial called over at two and signed the act of birth, and at night the front of the Palais Royale was lighted up, as were also the palaces of St. Cloud and Mendon. Since then each morning the Moniteur has published a bulletin in relation to the health of the Princess. At first we were told that she had "slept well, and that both she and the young Prince were as well as could be expected;" then that she had commenced having a little "milk fever;" then that she had decided, like a true mother and really royal maternal heart, to suckle the young Prince herself, and that he "had already ta