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The Daily Dispatch: January 3, 1865., [Electronic resource], The
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The Daily Dispatch: February 3, 1865., [Electronic resource],
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The Daily Dispatch: March 14, 1865., [Electronic resource], Another scene from the
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It seems evident that Maximilian is steadily consolidating his powers in Mexico. He is believed to be a man of sagacity; of sound judgment; of an amiable disposition; a wise, liberal and firm man. His administration thus far confirms this belief, and we shall not be surprised to see Mexico become a happy, prosperous and pMexico become a happy, prosperous and powerful country under his reign. If the sagacious ruler of France lives long enough, Maximilian will receive from that powerful empire a support which will render it questionable in the extreme whether the United States will find it any child's play to undertake the overthrow of the new Power. Certainly, if the present war is pr
ut a navy, and without friends among the nations.
But even this they have not accomplished after a war of four years, in which they have passed the culminating point of their capacity for conquest without effecting that result.
We rather think that the "manifest destiny" of Mexico points in a different direction from formerly.
General Scott--from Mexico. New Orleans, December 14. --General Scott has arrived here. A salute was fired. A citizen who returned from Matamoras, who was intimate there with the French officers, says that the latter apprehend a war between France and the United States. [There is no such apprehension in Washington.]
The Daily Dispatch: December 22, 1865., [Electronic resource], Advertisements. (search)
It seems to be a matter of considerable doubt who is President of the great Republic ("one and indivisible") of Mexico--Juarez or Ortega. Juarez admits that his term has expired. He holds on merely because, in the present condition of the co
devolve upon the President of the Supreme Court of Justice."
This clause would be decisive in any other country than Mexico, where they have a way of doing things peculiar to themselves, especially since Juarez himself became President by virtue amation of offices, it seems to us, who, however, do not pretend to pass judgment upon such a peculiar people as those of Mexico.
Juarez seems disposed to settle this claim after the Mexican fashion; that is, by putting Ortega in prison if he ca ed, the important question is, to whom shall General Logan present his credentials?
Governments change so incessantly in Mexico that an accredited Minister must always be in haste to reach the capital, lest he find himself there with his credentials
The Daily Dispatch: December 22, 1865., [Electronic resource],
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The Daily Dispatch: December 22, 1865., [Electronic resource], The last Confederate prisoner. (search)