Southerners in Paris.
(October 9) letter of the New York World
has the following:
is about leaving Paris
to settle up some little affairs, when he will return to the continent, and probably go south as far as Rome
The "Old Roman, " as he is called here, is glad to get away from Russellton.
Under the auspices of a new ministry, Mr. Mason
may yet return to be officially presented to her most gracious Majesty the Queen
Sir Yardley Eardley
, who married the belie of Alabama
, having lately succeeded to his father's title and estates, is devoting himself with great enthusiasm to the rebel cause.
He has got up a subscription in England
for the purpose of raising funds to supply the Confederate army with medicines, surgical instruments
, &c., and to day he gives a dinner at the Grand Hotel
to several leading Southerners and sympathizers, including Capt. Maffit
, of the Florida
And, by the way, this terrible little destructive, in a condition better than new, will leave Brest
in about ten days, to resume her mission on the mighty deep.--Maffit
will have to remain some two months longer in the hands of the Paris
, of the Confederate Navy, is very ill at Munich
, and Barron
, of the same service, are now in Paris
waiting for a ship.
, who has just arrived from St. Petersburg
, is much chagrined at the reported bursting of his "big gun," at Charleston
He ordered at once, by telegram, a brother to the monster to be made at once.
No gun of that calibre, he says, can stand a high elevation; and for point blank work he thinks nothing can stand against them.