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mpossible to foresees. What then? Is the conception to be condemned as ridiculous because of the failure in the execution? so say the class of persons to whom Napoleon alludes, and so say the majority of the world, who take their opinions ready made, and never give themselves the trouble of thinking. Of all other plans whithe last as the perfection of wisdom. The little fortress of Bard — so insignificant that it was entirely overlooked in the plan of campaign — was near baffling Napoleon in his advance upon Milan in 1800, and shutting up his army in the narrow Valley of Aosta, to be destroyed at leisure by the Austrians. The sagacity of a peasann the first case, the unforeseen obstacle had caused the failure of the enterprise, the class of persons who judge of merit only by success would have pronounced Napoleon a rash and indiscreet General, who has undertaken an enterprise above his strength and failed, as he ought to have known that he must fail. In the last mentione
Napoleon, Mexico, and recognition. The Yankee papers are prodigiously exercised by the movements of the Emperor Napoleon. We publish what two of them — the Times and Herald--say on the subject, this morning. The Herald threatens to demolish France if she dare to hold Mexico and recognize us. It threatened to demolish her if she set foot in Mexico; but it has not done so. --The chastisement is postponed, it seems, until the rebellion shall have been crushed, and the Herald says it is almost crushed. It has told us the same thing very often before; but we are not crushed yet. The Herald is a poor prophet. Yankee Doodle cannot even conquer us, far less France and England.
Times some speculations upon the probable interference of Napoleon in the war between the Confederate and United States. Th Port Hudson was the event which was expected to throw Louis Napoleon and Jeff Davis into each other's arms. It seems qly beneficial. To render this plan all the more feasible Napoleon is now endeavoring to persuade Spain into a joint action an above described is at present fully determined upon by Napoleon, and Gen. Forey, who, as Marshal of France, will reign ov people. Sooner or later a struggle will take place, and Napoleon will then be taught that the Monroe doctrine is not to betion would amount to. Afraid to act openly in the matter, Napoleon may resort to such a petty schema as above described; butance and punish her insolent invasion of this continent. Napoleon will find, the moment we are at leisure to turn our attenming force on hand. We wonder that so sagacious a man as Napoleon should so little understand the resources and great futur