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ollows. Nothing could exceed the admiration as well as affection with which he regarded his sons and his daughter, and the interest he took in whatever concerned them. The parental feeling was as strong in him as in any man I have ever known. Executive Mansion, Washington, D. C., Oct. 25th, 1874. My dear General,—Your letter stating that Mr. Sartoris & Nellie had been at your house in London was received while Mrs. Grant and I were in Chicago attending the wedding of Fred. to Miss Honore. Fred's wife is beautiful and is spoken of by all her acquaintances, male and female, young & old, as being quite as charming for her manners, amiability, good sense, & education, as she is for her beauty. Mrs. Grant and I were charmed with the young lady and her family,—father & mother, sister & four brothers. We expect them to spend the winter with us, & as Mr. Sartoris & Nellie will be here in January, we will have I hope, quite a gay household. Buck is in a law office in New York
The Daily Dispatch: March 19, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Italian conspiracy against Napoleon — official Accusation of Mazzini as the "Head of the Plot." (search)
early in May. Under the name of Floretti, and sometimes under his own name, he lodged successively at the Hotel Saint Marie, Rue de Rivoli and at No. 128 Rue St. Honore. He found a pretext, as had been agreed upon, to present himself at the house of Prince Murat, one of whose secretaries he frequently saw; and he succeeded in thjustice the guilty. Wherefore the persons named--1. Pascal Greco, aged 28 years, professor of music, born at Pisa, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 178 Rue St. Honore; 2. Raphael Trabuco, aged 40, born at Citta di Averse, Italy, residing in Paris, No. 176 Rue St. Honore; 3. Natalo Agestino Imperatori, aged 33, bookbinder, borHonore; 3. Natalo Agestino Imperatori, aged 33, bookbinder, born at Lugano, Switzerland, same residence; 4. Angelo Scagtioni, aged 22, student, born at St Joseph, Italy, same residence; 5. Giuseppe Mazzini, born in Italy, absent — are accused of having, in 1863 and 1864, with the design concerted and decided between them, formed a plot having for its object to attempt the life of the Empero
New York, December 15. --The Dublin Irishman, of December--, has the following letter, translated from the French: "Paris, November 27. "Mr. Editor, --I take the liberty of writing to you these few lines to inform you that your brave countryman, Stephens, who escaped so happily from Dublin prison, has arrived, safe and sound, in Paris. He has even been seen during the past two days, surrounded by numerous friends, dining in one of the great restaurants of the Boulevard des Italians. It is needless to tell you, Mr. Editor, how the world was delighted on hearing that Stephens had escaped. We are all convinced that the day is not far distant when Ireland shall break forever the Saxon chains which have kept her bound so long, and will resuscitate, as they, and as we all hope in France, great, glorious and free. "I have the honor to be, sir, "Your obedient servant, [Signed] "J. De Longville, "a profound admirer of the Irish nation, "Rue Royales St. Honore."