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y time, absence and the habits of a new life. My cure was accelerated by a faithful report of the tranquility and cheerfulness of the lady herself, and my love subsided in friendship and esteem. The minister of Craffy soon after wards died; his stipend died with him; his daughter retired to Geneva, where, by teaching young ladies, she earned a hard subsistence for herself and mother; but, in her lowest distress, she maintained a spotless reputation and dignified behavior. A rich banker of Paris, a citizen of Geneva, had the good fortune and good sense to discover and possess this estimable treasure; and in the capital of taste and luxury she resisted the temptations of wealth as she has sustained the hardships of indigence. The genius of her husband has exalted him to the most conspicuous station in Europe. In every change of prosperity and disgrace he has reclined on the bosom of a faithful friend, and Mademoiselle Curcod is now the wife of M. Necker, the minister and perhaps th
From Europe.arrival of the great Eastern Count Mercler's visit to Richmond — suffering in France — the English press on American affairs, &c, &c. The steamship Great Eastern from Millord Haven, brings London and Liverpool dates to May 6th, two days later than previous advices. The Paris Patris says that the visit of the French Minister to Richmond was entirely political, and that its purport was known to President Lincoln. Affects of the War on the Trade of France. Paris, Monday, 5,7 A. M.--The letters from the manufacturing districts are in general unfavorable. The latest accounts from Leyons state that there was scarcely any business transacted in the silk market of that town last week.--There has consequently been but little variation in prices. There were a few sales by auction, but they produced no fresh buyers Business is not better in the South of France than at Lyons, and prices are much the same The hopes entertained for a very short time that