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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
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