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The Daily Dispatch: May 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Mexican question in FranceNapoleon's peace letter. (search)
ially think the defeated ones, who join with wonderful harmony in the cry of "favoritism!" and even of "foul play!" But was there any favoritism or foul play? The Emperor's letter, announcing peace in Europe, was dated on Friday last, and M. Fould, to whom. It was addressed, held it until yesterday, Monday, before publishing it in the Moniteur In this interval of three days, according to the declarations of the detected speculators, word was given out from the Ministry of Finance to a few favorites that the letter in question existed, that it would be published on Monday morning, and that an enormous rise of stocks would be the result. But whether M. Fould betrayed the secret or not, the signs for the last week were all in favor of peace, and the "hearts" must attribute their ruin in great part to their own blindness. Thus it was well understood around town as early as Saturday that Lord Clarendon's mission to the Emperor was a success; that the previous good understandin