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leaving Washington flight of General Early Maximilian making demonstrations on the upper Rio Grande Confederates join Maximilian the French invasion of Mexico and its relations to the rebellion ct, he looked upon the invasion of Mexico by Maximilian as a part of the rebellion itself, because oible, the escaping Confederates from joining Maximilian. With this purpose in view, and not forgette speedy evacuation of the entire country by Maximilian, had not our Government weakened; contenting with Napoleon. As the summer wore away, Maximilian, under Mr. Seward's policy, gained in strengges being promoters of the enterprise, which Maximilian took to readily. He saw in it the possibiliumors pointing to the tottering condition of Maximilian's Empire-first, that Orizaba and Vera Cruz wssarily been but an outline — is soon told. Maximilian, though deserted, determined to hold out to eral leaders unfortunate enough to fall into Maximilian's hands during the prosperous days of his Em