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Our foreign policy—Cuba.
Treaty with France
the Monroe doctrine
the Panama Congress
secret intrigues for the acquisition of Cuba
Edward Evereft on the propforeign policy were firmly and strongly laid during the Presidency, and under the councils, of Washington.
To mind our own business, and leave other nations to manage their affairs, and to preserve, own notions of what is wisest and most beneficent: such are its great cardinal principles.
To Washington and his eminent compatriots in our Revolutionary struggle, and in the framing of our Federal Uska bill, President Pierce, through a dispatch from Gov. Marcy as Secretary of State,
Dated Washington, August 16, 1854. directed Messrs. James Buchanan, John Y. Mason, and Pierre Soule, our Embass him officially of the fact, and was, of course, very cordially received.
After his return to Washington, he wrote
June 18, 1856. to his friend and constituent, Hon. S. R. Adams, an account of his