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The Daily Dispatch: May 7, 1864., [Electronic resource], The Mexican question in FranceNapoleon's peace letter. (search)
The Mexican question in France — Napoleon's peace letter. A letter in the New York Treats, dated Patis the 19th ult, gives a pretty accurate reflex of the Yankee view of Napoleon's recent peace letter it says: The town is in a great state of agitation to day about the peace news of yesterday, and especially about the results of the news on the Horse. This morning groups of speculators are collected along the Houlgvard counting the victorious and the defeated of yesterday, but especr bound to fight for the Mexican throne. But it seems that in the counsels of the Emperor there were two parties, a war and a peace party, so to speak, the war party insisting that the way to prevent the interference of the United States in Mexican affairs was to leave the French flag there as a scarecrow as long as possible; while the peace party, better acquainted with the real situation of things in America, advocated the plan of a total withdrawal of the French flag as soon as the new