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Mexico (Mexico, Mexico) (search for this): article 14
Interesting from Mexico. --We take the following paragraph from a letter dated City of Mexico, October 29, and published in the New York Herald: Strange whispers are on the air that the agent of the Confederate States, learning the proposed disembarkation of troops at Guaymas, offered $2,000,000 to this Government for the use of the port of Matamoras; all of which being reported to the Legation, the American Minister held out a counter offer of $6,000, 0000, and that, in great disgusMexico, October 29, and published in the New York Herald: Strange whispers are on the air that the agent of the Confederate States, learning the proposed disembarkation of troops at Guaymas, offered $2,000,000 to this Government for the use of the port of Matamoras; all of which being reported to the Legation, the American Minister held out a counter offer of $6,000, 0000, and that, in great disgust at the discovery that the Mexican Cabinet has only been playing with his eagerness to extort a higher bid from him, Mr. Corwin talks of going home in November. He will carry with him such treaties or conventions, for ratification at Washington, as the alarm of the Government shall suffer to remain intact. --Startled at the fact that Col. Pickett has denounced as an act of hostility to the rebels the license to pass U. S. troops through Mexican territory to invade Arizona and Texas, these peop
Mexico (Mexico) (search for this): article 14
Strange whispers are on the air that the agent of the Confederate States, learning the proposed disembarkation of troops at Guaymas, offered $2,000,000 to this Government for the use of the port of Matamoras; all of which being reported to the Legation, the American Minister held out a counter offer of $6,000, 0000, and that, in great disgust at the discovery that the Mexican Cabinet has only been playing with his eagerness to extort a higher bid from him, Mr. Corwin talks of going home in November. He will carry with him such treaties or conventions, for ratification at Washington, as the alarm of the Government shall suffer to remain intact. --Startled at the fact that Col. Pickett has denounced as an act of hostility to the rebels the license to pass U. S. troops through Mexican territory to invade Arizona and Texas, these people — Cabinet, Congress and all — are eager to undo their work, and absolutely deny the celebration of any treaty or contract for the sale of lands
Guaymas (Sonora, Mexico) (search for this): article 14
Interesting from Mexico. --We take the following paragraph from a letter dated City of Mexico, October 29, and published in the New York Herald: Strange whispers are on the air that the agent of the Confederate States, learning the proposed disembarkation of troops at Guaymas, offered $2,000,000 to this Government for the use of the port of Matamoras; all of which being reported to the Legation, the American Minister held out a counter offer of $6,000, 0000, and that, in great disgust at the discovery that the Mexican Cabinet has only been playing with his eagerness to extort a higher bid from him, Mr. Corwin talks of going home in November. He will carry with him such treaties or conventions, for ratification at Washington, as the alarm of the Government shall suffer to remain intact. --Startled at the fact that Col. Pickett has denounced as an act of hostility to the rebels the license to pass U. S. troops through Mexican territory to invade Arizona and Texas, these peo
United States (United States) (search for this): article 14
Interesting from Mexico. --We take the following paragraph from a letter dated City of Mexico, October 29, and published in the New York Herald: Strange whispers are on the air that the agent of the Confederate States, learning the proposed disembarkation of troops at Guaymas, offered $2,000,000 to this Government for the use of the port of Matamoras; all of which being reported to the Legation, the American Minister held out a counter offer of $6,000, 0000, and that, in great disgust at the discovery that the Mexican Cabinet has only been playing with his eagerness to extort a higher bid from him, Mr. Corwin talks of going home in November. He will carry with him such treaties or conventions, for ratification at Washington, as the alarm of the Government shall suffer to remain intact. --Startled at the fact that Col. Pickett has denounced as an act of hostility to the rebels the license to pass U. S. troops through Mexican territory to invade Arizona and Texas, these peop
Matamoras (Indiana, United States) (search for this): article 14
Interesting from Mexico. --We take the following paragraph from a letter dated City of Mexico, October 29, and published in the New York Herald: Strange whispers are on the air that the agent of the Confederate States, learning the proposed disembarkation of troops at Guaymas, offered $2,000,000 to this Government for the use of the port of Matamoras; all of which being reported to the Legation, the American Minister held out a counter offer of $6,000, 0000, and that, in great disgust at the discovery that the Mexican Cabinet has only been playing with his eagerness to extort a higher bid from him, Mr. Corwin talks of going home in November. He will carry with him such treaties or conventions, for ratification at Washington, as the alarm of the Government shall suffer to remain intact. --Startled at the fact that Col. Pickett has denounced as an act of hostility to the rebels the license to pass U. S. troops through Mexican territory to invade Arizona and Texas, these peo
hed in the New York Herald: Strange whispers are on the air that the agent of the Confederate States, learning the proposed disembarkation of troops at Guaymas, offered $2,000,000 to this Government for the use of the port of Matamoras; all of which being reported to the Legation, the American Minister held out a counter offer of $6,000, 0000, and that, in great disgust at the discovery that the Mexican Cabinet has only been playing with his eagerness to extort a higher bid from him, Mr. Corwin talks of going home in November. He will carry with him such treaties or conventions, for ratification at Washington, as the alarm of the Government shall suffer to remain intact. --Startled at the fact that Col. Pickett has denounced as an act of hostility to the rebels the license to pass U. S. troops through Mexican territory to invade Arizona and Texas, these people — Cabinet, Congress and all — are eager to undo their work, and absolutely deny the celebration of any treaty or contrac
Strange whispers are on the air that the agent of the Confederate States, learning the proposed disembarkation of troops at Guaymas, offered $2,000,000 to this Government for the use of the port of Matamoras; all of which being reported to the Legation, the American Minister held out a counter offer of $6,000, 0000, and that, in great disgust at the discovery that the Mexican Cabinet has only been playing with his eagerness to extort a higher bid from him, Mr. Corwin talks of going home in November. He will carry with him such treaties or conventions, for ratification at Washington, as the alarm of the Government shall suffer to remain intact. --Startled at the fact that Col. Pickett has denounced as an act of hostility to the rebels the license to pass U. S. troops through Mexican territory to invade Arizona and Texas, these people — Cabinet, Congress and all — are eager to undo their work, and absolutely deny the celebration of any treaty or contract for the sale of lands
Strange whispers are on the air that the agent of the Confederate States, learning the proposed disembarkation of troops at Guaymas, offered $2,000,000 to this Government for the use of the port of Matamoras; all of which being reported to the Legation, the American Minister held out a counter offer of $6,000, 0000, and that, in great disgust at the discovery that the Mexican Cabinet has only been playing with his eagerness to extort a higher bid from him, Mr. Corwin talks of going home in November. He will carry with him such treaties or conventions, for ratification at Washington, as the alarm of the Government shall suffer to remain intact. --Startled at the fact that Col. Pickett has denounced as an act of hostility to the rebels the license to pass U. S. troops through Mexican territory to invade Arizona and Texas, these people — Cabinet, Congress and all — are eager to undo their work, and absolutely deny the celebration of any treaty or contract for the sale of lands
October 29th (search for this): article 14
Interesting from Mexico. --We take the following paragraph from a letter dated City of Mexico, October 29, and published in the New York Herald: Strange whispers are on the air that the agent of the Confederate States, learning the proposed disembarkation of troops at Guaymas, offered $2,000,000 to this Government for the use of the port of Matamoras; all of which being reported to the Legation, the American Minister held out a counter offer of $6,000, 0000, and that, in great disgust at the discovery that the Mexican Cabinet has only been playing with his eagerness to extort a higher bid from him, Mr. Corwin talks of going home in November. He will carry with him such treaties or conventions, for ratification at Washington, as the alarm of the Government shall suffer to remain intact. --Startled at the fact that Col. Pickett has denounced as an act of hostility to the rebels the license to pass U. S. troops through Mexican territory to invade Arizona and Texas, these peo