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Maximilian (search for this): article 1
eged cession of the Sonora district to France is a manœuvre of the English journals to excite sentiments of hostility in North America against French policy and Maximilian's empire, and to avert the danger which threatens England in the direction of Canada by making a diversion,--these orders are significant. The late harmonious Mexico can neither be injurious to the commercial nor political power of the United States.--Whereas, if she goes to war with France about the barren sceptre of Maximilian, her old commercial rival and unforgiving enemy--Great Britain--will have another harvest to her shipping interests in the long and destructive struggle that wid by. We owe neither of these nations the slightest debt of gratitude. If England has withheld her recognition, so has France; so has even its petty potentate, Maximilian. Our ships have been detained in the harbors of both; our institutions have been in both the subject of misrepresentation and odium. But, looking at the two f
sentiments of hostility in North America against French policy and Maximilian's empire, and to avert the danger which threatens England in the direction of Canada by making a diversion,--these orders are significant. The late harmonious firm of Napoleon, Palmerston & Co. is evidently threatened with dissolution. The partners are bidding against each other for North American favor, and preparing each to do business on his own account. There never was much love or confidence between these a temporary alliance for self-preservation against Russian encroachments did not contemplate nor provide for possibilities like those which have been developed by the American war. The two have pulled uncomfortably together since that war arose. Napoleon, who was long ago solicitous to have the co-operation of England in American intervention, received the cold shoulder, and has ever since been pursuing his own course. It is quite in keeping with the craft and subtlety of the British Government
Palmerston (search for this): article 1
d England are not the close and confidential allies they were a few years ago. The orders which the French press has received to say that the alleged cession of the Sonora district to France is a manœuvre of the English journals to excite sentiments of hostility in North America against French policy and Maximilian's empire, and to avert the danger which threatens England in the direction of Canada by making a diversion,--these orders are significant. The late harmonious firm of Napoleon, Palmerston & Co. is evidently threatened with dissolution. The partners are bidding against each other for North American favor, and preparing each to do business on his own account. There never was much love or confidence between these ancient enemies and recent friends. The temporary alliance for self-preservation against Russian encroachments did not contemplate nor provide for possibilities like those which have been developed by the American war. The two have pulled uncomfortably together
North America (search for this): article 1
France and England are not the close and confidential allies they were a few years ago. The orders which the French press has received to say that the alleged cession of the Sonora district to France is a manœuvre of the English journals to excite sentiments of hostility in North America against French policy and Maximilian's empire, and to avert the danger which threatens England in the direction of Canada by making a diversion,--these orders are significant. The late harmonious firm of Napoleon, Palmerston & Co. is evidently threatened with dissolution. The partners are bidding against each other for North American favor, and preparing each to do business on his own account. There never was much love or confidence between these ancient enemies and recent friends. The temporary alliance for self-preservation against Russian encroachments did not contemplate nor provide for possibilities like those which have been developed by the American war. The two have pulled uncom
France (France) (search for this): article 1
France and England are not the close and confidential allies they were a few years ago. The o the alleged cession of the Sonora district to France is a manœuvre of the English journals to excitited States.--Whereas, if she goes to war with France about the barren sceptre of Maximilian, her old destructive struggle that will ensue between France and the United States upon sea and land — a stto be especially solicitous for the welfare of France. If England has been the priest who passed by the wounded man on the other side, France has been the Levite, who came and looked on him — and alsf England has withheld her recognition, so has France; so has even its petty potentate, Maximilian. victim.--England is the traditional enemy, as France is the traditional friend, of the United Statendependence could have been finally achieved. France was openly and sincerely opposed to the dissoloded and persistent intrigues of thirty years. France is neither the commercial, naval nor political
Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): article 1
magnanimity, and disdain of all voracious instincts, and feed upon that game which has been most mischievous to himself in times past, and which has grown fat and lusty upon his own peculiar prey. In plain words, if the United States has an intelligent view of its own interests, it will get England out of its way before devoting its energies to any abstractions like the Monroe Doctrine. These will keep for awhile, and can be attended to hereafter. In the meantime, the French occupation of Mexico can neither be injurious to the commercial nor political power of the United States.--Whereas, if she goes to war with France about the barren sceptre of Maximilian, her old commercial rival and unforgiving enemy--Great Britain--will have another harvest to her shipping interests in the long and destructive struggle that will ensue between France and the United States upon sea and land — a struggle from which both combatants will come out with ruined commerce and bankrupted finances, whilst
Russian River (Alaska, United States) (search for this): article 1
o avert the danger which threatens England in the direction of Canada by making a diversion,--these orders are significant. The late harmonious firm of Napoleon, Palmerston & Co. is evidently threatened with dissolution. The partners are bidding against each other for North American favor, and preparing each to do business on his own account. There never was much love or confidence between these ancient enemies and recent friends. The temporary alliance for self-preservation against Russian encroachments did not contemplate nor provide for possibilities like those which have been developed by the American war. The two have pulled uncomfortably together since that war arose. Napoleon, who was long ago solicitous to have the co-operation of England in American intervention, received the cold shoulder, and has ever since been pursuing his own course. It is quite in keeping with the craft and subtlety of the British Government to use all manner of underhand means to circumvent a
England (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 1
ed States has an intelligent view of its own interests, it will get England out of its way before devoting its energies to any abstractions like the Monroe Doctrine. These will keep for awhile, and can be attended to hereafter. In the meantime, the French occupation of Mexico can neither be injurious to the commercial nor political power of the United States.--Whereas, if she goes to war with France about the barren sceptre of Maximilian, her old commercial rival and unforgiving enemy--Great Britain--will have another harvest to her shipping interests in the long and destructive struggle that will ensue between France and the United States upon sea and land — a struggle from which both combatants will come out with ruined commerce and bankrupted finances, whilst England will be overflowing with wealth, strength and resources of every kind, and fully prepared to victimize the United States either by arts or arms, as shall seem most expedient. That little bill for the damages commit
Cuba (Cuba) (search for this): article 1
cide which of those two effete and impotent European Powers the great and terrific American Eagle shall lift out of its boots. The two together, at the same moment, might be too heavy a weight for the Eagle, great and irresistible as he is.--Perfectly happy would he be with either, "were the other dear charmer away."--One at a time is as much as he can recommend to his digestion. One, let us say, for breakfast, and the other for dinner. Between meals he might regale himself with a snack of Cuba. As disinterested friends of all parties, we venture to suggest to our late friend, the Eagle, some views upon the election which he will be called upon to make, that we trust may meet his magnificent consideration. Our advice then is, that, before picking out the animal which he proposes to make meat of as soon as he has picked the bones of the Southern Confederacy, he lay aside his well-known magnanimity, and disdain of all voracious instincts, and feed upon that game which has been m
Canada (Canada) (search for this): article 1
France and England are not the close and confidential allies they were a few years ago. The orders which the French press has received to say that the alleged cession of the Sonora district to France is a manœuvre of the English journals to excite sentiments of hostility in North America against French policy and Maximilian's empire, and to avert the danger which threatens England in the direction of Canada by making a diversion,--these orders are significant. The late harmonious firm of Napoleon, Palmerston & Co. is evidently threatened with dissolution. The partners are bidding against each other for North American favor, and preparing each to do business on his own account. There never was much love or confidence between these ancient enemies and recent friends. The temporary alliance for self-preservation against Russian encroachments did not contemplate nor provide for possibilities like those which have been developed by the American war. The two have pulled uncomf
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