From the gossip of the different correspondents of the New York Herald
, writing from Paris
we glean the following Items, which will be road with interest, Notwithstanding the war in America
was producing considerable suffering in Lyons
and in the manicuring disquiets, it does not disturb the metropolis.
Theatres and places of amuse full for months perhaps years; but now it seems a though weeks, perhaps days, may active the fate of the Ill advised Secessionists, and France
fears you will then interfere with her, and she feels that she would then be overmatched, and that the spread eagle might tarnish the glorious colors the now rampant Gallied cock.
At least such were the fears expressed at the last Council of Ministers, by almost all his majesty's advisers.
he listened in silence, gave no sing of assent of dissent, and one save him self know what may be his final determination.
To judge, however from the fact that large reinforcements are to be sent out to join the expedition, one may conclude his Majesty intends to carry out his original idea.
It is hoped here
too, that Beauregard
has cut General Halleck
's forces to places that General McClellan
is tremendously outnumbered and that should he meet with Defant the South
would then be more powerful than ever.
Their victorious armies would march into Washington
, and there dictates a glorious peace.
you see what a fine programme the French
sympathizers have imagined fro your adversities.
The Emperor Napoleon would I date say, be overjoyed at such a consummation; fro, as I said in my last week's letter, He does not like the reports he has received as to your powerful name soon to be.
You will at England
argues on France
She lets it appears through the columns of her official organs that England
would not object to see France
take possession of Mexico
This is done because England
and bates the United States
and that she would dearly like to see them at loggerheads.
She would then fearless for herself.
The London Times
however, hints that France
may find Mexico
more than a match for her; and that once launched into the conquest of that far off republic, France
may find it still more costly as to money and blood than was Algeria
; and still the ‘"Thunderer"’ winds up with as encouraging word to napoleon.
‘"Go in lemons, and get thoroughly squeezed,"’ is the resume
of the Times
and his family, by the way, have recently becomes constant attendants at the morning service of the church of St. Phillipe de Roule
, the Catholic church in the aristocratic parish of the Faubourg St. Hounore
, which is the favorite worshipping place of that exemplary and pious lady, the Princess Mathilde.
The ‘"American Chapel"’ residence, but he nor any of his family have ever yet darkened its doors; and probably Dr. McClintock
prays too eloquently and fervently for the suppression of this foul rebellion to suit the ‘"susceptibilities"’ of the rebel Ulster
The publication of Mr. Seward
's circular, stating that no more foreign officers could be received in our army, will save the Minister
and Consul here no small degree of labor.
For the past year scarcely a week has passed that Mr. Dayton
and Mr. Bigelow
have not received at least at dozen applications each from officers either in actual service or retired, who were anxious to go to the United States
and take service in our army, will save the Minister
and Consul here no small degree of labor, For the past year scarcely have not received at least a dozen applications each from officers either in actual service or retired, who were anxious to go to the United States
and take service in our army,
Business at Lyons
is already said to be looking and already a shipping agent in Paris
has ‘"put up"’ two ships, one from Havre and the other from Bordeaux
, so sail for New Orleans in the middle of June.
Shipments, However, will not be large, as merchants here fear that even were the people inclined to buy, the deteriorated condition of the currency and the doubt about the future would prevent them from making any large or sure parents.
Said Pascha, the Egyptian Viceroy
, who has been reinforced by the arrival of his private band of forty musicians, accompanied by twenty Egyptian
sailors, whose curious costumes are different from those of ordinary ‘"Jack
tars,"’ make them objects of attention in Farts, goes to Brussels
in a day or two, thence he goes to Hotland and England
and upon his return here will occupy the ancient chateau of Louis Philippe
, at Neuilly, which he has taken for the summer, It is said that one of the objects of the Viceroy
's visit to Paris
was to consult some of the celebrated physicians here upon the best process by which he could grow lean, as he was threatened with becoming enormously fat.
will go to Fontainebleau
on the 7th of June.
In the beginning of July the Emperor
and Empress will take a tour in Auvergne
, the district which furnishes all the Charbonnier
--water carriers — and commissionaires
The Empress will then return to St. Cloud
, to be present at the accouchement
of the Princess Clothilde, which, in the ordinary course of events, will take place towards the end of July.
, not being wanted on that occasion, goes to Vichy in the interest of his liver, which smoking a dozen cigars a day and the good dinners at the Tuilleries have rendered a little torpid.
. Count Chasseloup Laubat
and M Ingres, were sworn in as Senators
The last great painting of ingress ‘"Chiret among the Doctors
"’--was purchased by the Emperor
for 150,000 franc, and is to be placed in the gallery of the Luxembourg.
The new broad avenue which was cut through a corner of the garden of the Luxembourg and which required the displacement of the beautiful ‘"Foutaine de Medicis
, "’ and which now unites the Rue Sangria
to the Boulevard Sebastopol
and the Rue Souffle
, is open to the publics the Emperor
, with his American houses and open buggy
, with a single aide-de-camp, in citizen's dress, drove over there and took a look at it day before yesterday.