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Daily American Organ (Newspaper) - November 17, 1854, Washington, Washington-DCAway at his Cigar or pipe while he Suomi of from Hie boat boxes Aud Balos of goods. A Trio hitter port of 1852, the court suddenly disappeared from the Precius of lung wharf where he had grown to be quite a favorite Villi the Aiu Eri can Boatmen of that then crowded locality. No body knew what had become of hit. It was Only eight Mouths after that he reappeared in his flannel so dirt and top boots. A former acquaintance of the count s started one Day on being hailed by him so a courted and on a mule out near the Mission la reply to the questions put to him he stated that he had been to the Bute of Sonora from which he had just returned with a lot of mules and cattle. U was during this voyage that his attention was first turned to the resources of Eliut state. The count afterwards went to to Zitlau where he became acquainted with De la Torre and other Spanish capitalists who proposed to him to St up a company in California for the working ofe mines of Arisona. President Arispe was a Mem Ber of thl company. De Rao wet soon gathered together some two Hundred French and Ameri cans with whom he proceeded to Jua Ymas. In penetrated into the Interior of the state of Sonora and drove the apaches from the mining Region. The mexicans no sooner saw themselves relieved from this danger than they began to scheme and to plot in order to get Possession of the mines. A English Arm that of Bolton Barros & co., bought Over the governor of Sonora Aud induced him it is said to intercept court de a Tousset s convoys of provisions As the safest Way of ousting him from the mines he had gained Possession of by his Cour age. The court expostulated then threatened lie ultimately marched against general Blanco who had gathered together All the forces of Testate and waited his arrival at lie Masillo the inhabitants of Wlinich had also turned out to second general Blanco. De Hao Usset with his 200 Cali fornia miners routed general a Kuco after an engagement of two hours and captured Trio City . The property of the inhabitants was respected and although the wealth within his reach was immense he retired from the City with out. Taking on cent. Having caught a fever after the Battle of Herne Riuo during his illness his Fol Lowers disbanded and left him. The result of his second visit to Mexico which was undertaken by the advice of Dillon was told in his own admirable letter to that gentle Man which we published some time ago. De kaons set went to Mexico but refused Santa Anna s of fun. " do you think was his reply to a Friend who had blamed him for so acting " that i would Humble myself by becoming Tho tool of a Cross raced despot who is As devoid of intellect As of in a Man who whiled away the hours of his exile in fighting Cocks at Carthagena instead of travelling through the United Soutos to improve his mind. If i Ever draw my sword it will be for the cause of Tho people and not for that of a heartless count de Rousset s history i known to All since Hie return to California. Chivalrous disinterested endowed with an intellect of the first order he evidently belonged to the Noble hearted school of Tho Lafayette and the Mirabeau a. The know nothing strength. Among the wonders and perhaps the greatest wonder of the present Day is the rapid growth and strength of the know nothing party. Old tand Ait Hast and Are amazed to know Xuy it Means. That a party should have sprung 11d within the past Fow months to sweep like an Avalanche everything before it is astonishing to the natives and terrifying to the old fogies of part. That a party of such strength Waneen cursed for years past. They have income Dis Custod with the corrupting b Riih policy into which he democratic party has degenerated. The Mem Bers of that party have become tired perhaps of being made Tho pack horses for promoting and political Hacks to easy and lucrative offices. Their party Leader have traded upon their Are Duhov and Confidence about As Long As their House of right and Justice could Bear it. They a e Chen the bidding of politicians for the of Ign vote carried to such a disgraceful extent Thatner Are convinced that it is High time to put a Stop to h. They have been us for foreign votes often Sec cry of the order May have had much to do with its Success. Thev can co operate with the know nothings without being subjected to the vaults and jeers of being turncoat in politics audit Nav be that they honestly believe the secret Fea Uttof the order necessary to the successful accomplishment of its object and tillable. The formation of a new party affords an oppor 4 Mit before qui oyed of making an escape from the to oat led democracy. The old Between the whig and do Cratte be arc Wuu calculated to prevent members of the one from joining the other. With a new party this Dir culty Oil . While the whigs , with the know nothings May have Clow so Froid the Tiel of that the idea was of toons2� by mean of the whig Narty-4hat Narv being in the minority. But the scheme however a. N up. And whatever causes May have 1 la origin seems to take. How much to will Piodsc-., and How Long it will live Weso not prepared to predict. Certain it is that know Noti Ingison u having u. whig. Early character. There a noticing i despise so much As to ?4y i a Cigar in 1,1s thus remarked one of the we thy and most reapecte.1 business men of East Beeton standing at the door of the i Ost office waiting for the distribution of tet ters a a boy walked in puffing a Cigar. somewhat with the get Lynian we fell into the following reflections t we imagined that in the course of human events this Bov might be induced to apply at the gentle Man s counting room for employment. The me. Chant remembrance of he aet of Youthful dial nation would probably not be to the Benefit of the applicant. The merchant would Leah be lath. Little things Are Aroet Fine with great results the merchant like a majority of Well bred people is e coed ugly with the smell of Cigar smoke. He a spin � the Ometh ing was to his discredit. How different would have been the result if the first act of this boy. Noticed by the merchant had t Een one that As plainly spoke of integrity am Good sense a Tho act of smoking did of weakness tid frivolity of character. The Man would have remarked that boy and if it should Ever live come in his Way to Render him a service no Usu Mony would be needed to secure his favor. We would Fain a pres upon the Young the Groat importance of forming Good habits. One inv forsake his boyhood s errors when lie becomes a Man hut the Calanco is that instead of a Ein forsaken they will be aggravate., and Tali on � rigidity which is like second nature to the Indi Rednal As he advances into manhood. K now in this people judge of Young men by what tie knew of them when a subsequent a Qiu Hotance Given them better ground for the for mation of an Horton Ltd err Twil in nov a a am. the late methodist conference la England a decrease in the membership was reported to the extent of 7t1. Tea War has occasioned a decrease in some quarters a in the Kent and Portsmouth districts. Emigration a also one of the causes agouti for to american to Ion t amour St. Asaph Street two doom from King Street Alexandria Virginia. Alk i . Peixin Kich Reud Virginia 14 Baltimore Street Baltimore Job a. Hilton in our agent for Cincinnati Aud other cities in the West. V ?. He american news papa agent i still a agent for this paper in the cities of Lowton new Ork Aud Philadelphia Aud u duly and subscription at the rates required by lis. Ilia receipts will be regarded As payment. Ilia a Tilicea col a r new York Tribune so. third and Chestnut its. Ajajj. Yajcai Oak will be found for Sale at ii Street new York bit in consequence of a Tion Tho editor is absent from Bis Post to Day but Hopes to be on duty in a Day or two. Subscribers who do not receive their papers will please leave their name and a Dereha at theoflice. I3t"All advertisements for the " Organ should to handed into the office before twelve o clock m., of the Day of publication. Pratt of Maryland reached Here Here last evening and is staving at Brown s hotel or. Sol be and the Empress Eugenie. Curious disclosures. Pro published yesterday a letter from the Republican correspondent of the courier Des state Unis who undertook to give at length the private reasons which induced Louis Napoleon to deny or. Soule the privilege of enter ing France. The new York express of yesterday publishes the same letter and appends to it the following remarkable statement of facts which the editor says he gives on the very highest authority Short of that of the emperor and Empress of France these statements of what Here purports to be the causes of the Soule affair Are is with i,""6 do uni Aud exr Tih Correct.but2 v the fount in head of the dish culty and what to Are about to say now we inv on the very highest authority Short of that of the Mpr of France than elves in did minister of the it holding Liat official capacity of Eugenie the Empress of personal social and moral charac in a Way and manner which no husband Nnoli i i hour no relative could Orlou d endure. These remarks affected a husband and a sister in the tenderest Points and in these Verest manner and if what or. Soule is reported to have said be True the Empress was unfit not tk1 v7p�?, e court but it a wife. The Uke d who tied a sister of thee press heard of this conversation and became acquainted with it Aud to revenge his wife s anubis own Honor he determined to insult or. Soule in a similar manner. Hence his disparaging re markl4 Ball in Madrid not of mad while a but ofic Tori which he we to 0"0" b e to assail but her dress her Robe and her manner u arranging u Over her neck and bosom. This. ? he Duel Madrid Tho history of which swell known to the Public. No Al Hon "le8� ct8nw a reported to the Empe ror and Empress in pans natural indignation took Possession of them it was indignation Only against or. Soule not Agaltha United states Jar. Mason a his Finx a Estur nth Neu " e the Toni once of the court the cause of or. Soule s disparaging remarks i of the personal character of the Empress was a -?.ged, in 1 trim to be Liis desire to Lutri Inie with and to ingratiate himself into the Good graces of die Queen Mother who has just Fronzi i Edn. Hether this parisian gossip has an truth in it to do not know but such is the gossip do Tiou an exemplary wife. The emperor manifests on occasions attachment and Dhoti to find re have intent died upon the couple speak of them on All occasions As most devoted and exemplary in All their Domestic and social the express a one of the mom respectable papers in the country and we Are sure would make no state Mout which it did not believe to be strictly True yet notwithstanding the Posi Tives of its assertion and the More than in Lunation of the High source whence the information a derived we arc very Loath to credit that or. Soule could have been guilty of Eon duct so indiscreet m a minister and so Unbe coming As a gentleman. A a Public Man be has never attracted our admiration or even re Spect but we have always regarded him As a courageous and chivalrous gentleman who would soon above All things to assail the character and Fame of any woman no matter How High or Low her station might be. Such unmanly conduct we had supposed was con fined to another presidential pit whose Unen distinction in this respect no one would desire to emulate. These remarkable disclosures of the express win pro Hawy attract much attention both in this country and in Euronie and Public opinion will doubtless require from or. Soule either a denial or admission of the charge. In the event of the latter his fiume will be tarnished and his unfitness for association with gentlemen become As recognised a fact As his total incompetency As a minister u now universally conceded. W e have All along Walic cd that the treat ment of or. Hou 6 by the French government was occasioned solely by objections to him As a we and was not designed As an insult or indignity to this country and we have do doubt that a satisfactory disclaimer of All offensive in Tention will be promptly made to our govern ment. Sli Ould however the emperor refuse a proper explanation the Case will present a very different aspect Imd will Call for very decisive set Ion on the part of the Ives Dent. Until such explanation is afforded our government is forced to regard the treatment of or. 8oule As an in ult to the american minister and not to Therre. Inv hair a. Though not accredited to Tho French government it was yet bound to regard him As clothed with Amassa Honal functions and according to the Reorg. Maed principles of International Law this insult to our envoy to Spain a equally As offensive ask it had been directed to our representative at inc French court. We observe that Sci inc of our Brethren of tha pre Are dupe to Gard it treatment of or. Soul6 m a deliberately design Ina to this count on the part of Louia Napoleon Aud this Eoo Lusion is based upon the idea that he m perfectly aware of the Prou Trato condition of the Pierce admin traction and supposes therefore that he can of for us any indignity with impunity. Should such a stupid notion live entered into hid brain and he be disposed to carry it out in practice he will very Hood Fiul to he coat Fiat he Liau totally mistaken the character of the american people. In Ordinary Timet we claim and enjoy the privilege of wrangling among ourself of Over questions of Mere Domestic policy but when our National Honor in insulted or our rights invaded these disagreements Are All forgotten Aud the great heart of the country throbs but with one emotion. Even under the leadership of general Pierce the whole nation would Spring to arms to resent foreign insolence or to repel foreign aggression. P. S. Since the foregoing was written we have received a telegraphic despatch stating that the Soule difficulty has Boon amicably settled and that the order of the French government refusing or. Soule the privilege of entering France has been revoked. We learn also Liat despatches to the same effect were received by the president this morning. Foreign news. We surrender much of our space this evening to the very interesting details of the foreign eign news brought by the last Steamer. Our telegraphic despatches yesterday were very full and gave a Correct outline of the most important events but our readers will find that the details Are worthy of a careful perusal. A fact fort1ie people. In the list of offences committed by this administration against the popular opinion which have made it odious to the nation is the proscription of men fought for their country of 1812, and Tho mexican War and their removal from offices in order to make room for foreigners mostly catholics even be fore they arc naturalized citizens. We give to Day a specimen Case and will extend Tho no Tice on future occasions. Colonel Williams who served in the War of 1812, in this District and captains Stewart of Baltimore and Hull of new Jersey have some time since been removed from Tho pension of fice and a foreigner who is said not to to naturalized is retained in office. Let this fact to remembered. We publish this evening a letter from a Friend who resides in Philadelphia and Bear ing Date on yesterday which to informs us in a postscript Speaks Tho sentiments of Lead ing men of All parties in his Section of the country. It is Short but Poi Tod and says in a few words what others might require a vol ume to express. The writer is an experienced politician a Ripe scholar and a talented and forcible writer. Retired now from politics with no motives to influence him otherwise he Speaks what he focus and feels As an american Patriot. He is a Democrat of Tho Virginia school and never has sustained any but democratic principles. To Hope to be favored of ten and at Large with his communications. Weeds. Persons passing from the Treasury to Tho Navy department often Stop to Admire the president a vegetable Garden. It exhibits a High state of cultivation and shows Groat a Jill Aud attention on the part of those it in charge. The vegetation is fresh and luxuriant and promises an abundant Harvest of Tho choicest edibles. Why is it that Tho presi Dent s political Gardener Doos not strive to emulate this Good example of his More Humble associate f thai Garden is unfortunately in a most wretched condition. Its est Lents and other products have been torn up its Beds been Ruth Lessly trampled under foot and it a now Over grown with Briars and the most noxious weeds even that Evergreen As the Pierce to have withered Aud died. Alas not even the tears of the Kitchen Cabinet or of distressed and Mournful office holders could revive its drooping head. It has been scorched by the Lioata of an Ameri can Sun. And will soon Cumber the ground like any other useless rubbish. The new York paper arc filled with the de tails of the wreck of the new Era. At Tho last accounts it had been ascertained that Over two Hundred and sixty persons were lost the Cap Tain and other officers Ara charged with basely deserting the ship and leaving the poor fright ened passengers to shift for themselves in having inadvertently Negler Tod to pub Lish the proceedings of the meeting of the sol Diers of the War of 1812, to insert it to Day with the corrections made by the Clairman of the meeting in a note to the intelligencer of this morning the Sou Roxas of 18li-a meeting of Soldier of the War of 1812 a held at the City Hall or. Ten Lay. Agreeably to notice when Jshii 8 w ill Ianth was called to the chair and Richard Bur Gess esq., appointed Secretary. I on motion of Mjor George , a commit tee of three a appointed by Tho chair to report proceeding to be acted on by the meeting the fou Owenjr name composed the committee re eq., James a. Kennedy esq., major George Mcneir who made the following re port which win adopted unanimously Wii Ras a National convention of the soldiers j Oft and fills has been proposed to be held at 1 the City of m Ashington on the 8th of january next for the purpose of adopting such measures As May Ibe deemed proper and necessary to obtain from i undress the enactment of a Law in their behalf relative to Bounty lands and it la Joe olred that the object for which said con Arhl Rev two la rpb7 tr0td my la thirty two delegates be appointed by the chair be sides the chairman and Secretary to represent this meeting in said convention and that the Dele Eai a be directed to Call the Early attention of the two committees of Congress to the memorials already fore them. Reeler a that the delegation make All the necessary arrangements for the accommodation of the National convention. Jurve i a a Rind it of the Londo will Austria do in spite of All that May be said and written to the contrary Austria will not at present break with Russia unless she can obtain a positive Promise of support from Prussia and the rest of Kern Uuie. If beb Stopol is taken and Russia should still remain obstinate Austria May in the Spring be induced to conclude an Alliance with the Western Powers if the neutrality of Prussia and the other German Powers is secured by powerful French armies on the upper and lower Rhine and by an English Fleet in the Baltic. The truth of the matter is that austrian statesmen Are marvellously cautious and Are by no Means skely to Rush headlong into Dan Ger. Their dislike to and jealousy of Russia Are in tense but they will Only go to War with her when absolutely obliged to do so. The information communicated some Days since relative to the further armaments which Are to be made Here was perfectly Correct and it is now in my Power to give you further details upon the subject. The High military world does not really and seriously believe that therein any great danger of Russia s attacking Austria but it is considered necessary to be prepared for the worst Aud therefore a Reserve corps of 80,000 men is to he placed Litween Onutz and Brunn. It is related that it was originally pro Recd to Levy 80,000 recruits but the idea was relinquished an probably from economical considerations. From the London Timet. Briti8h account of tiie engagement. We have received through our correspondent at Vienna a despatch which was specially for warded from constantinople to scr Lin and thence by Telegraph. News has been received from Sebastopol to the 28d, that the cannonade had continued incessantly for seven Days. The lire of the russians was said to be slackening but the French works were not Strong enough and had been much injured. The British were said to be within Throe Hundred Yards of the russian works. A deserter has stated that the russian loss is very great. Nachinoff is killed. A fire broke out in the town on the morning of the 28d, and was burning when the Steamer leu. A second despatch from the same correspondent dated evening of november 2d, says " official despatches dated october 25, for the English French and austrian governments received Here Vienna show that the siege of be Lia Stapol is progressing favourably. They mention frequent rencontre but say nothing of Liprandi s alleged Victory. The French division from the Piraeus had passed the bos porous As a reinforce ment to the besieging army % the times adds that the above intelligence maybe fully relied upon. The affair took place near Kup Atoria where the allies were on the Lookout for the advancing reinforcements of the russians. The British cavalry were attacked but the French advanced to their assistance and the russians re tired. The Date is not exactly known but is sup posed to Hare been the 2jjd of october. Another account states that two russian men of War that had been careened Over in the Harbor to serve As batteries had been sunk by the fire of the allies. The English had brought some Long guns to Bear on the fear. Lord Dun Kellins family has been informed by the English government that his reported captures not True or at least Dou Tau. From an editorial in the Paris pay we gather that the French after some fighting had taken Possession of the cemetery which commands on the South the quarantine Bay. This Koukl bring the French approaches quite close to the Barrack Sof Sebastopol. Perhaps it May prove to be this position that the russians Hare retaken. The recent attack by sea was stated to be directed against the quarantine Harbor but we have no information Liat the fort which is of the East of the la Between the quarantine Harbor and the been destroyed. It is foreseen that one or More pitched Battles must be fought in the Crimea and therefore the Allied commanders have determined to reduce Sebastopol if possible by Bombardi Cut and thus economise the lives of their troops. Captain do Val de Dai Pierre Aid de Camp of Genera Bosquet was taken prisoner by the rus sians. Be begged the russian Gen Casl to Send intelligence to the French Camp to Aube was a prisoner and not killed. The russian Ovrid him to go himself when he did and of course a turned and surrendered. Water begins to fail in Sebastopol. Even morning women and children conic outside to the Wells Aud Are permitted to return without moles tation. Lord Raglan s chief interpreter n greek has been sent to constantinople for trial As a russian spy. A new russian note. Tai Oil do cull that Tbs we most 00 on at All Baunii. 8r Poi Tom oct. 18.connt Nesselrode had yesterday a confidential interview with his the emperor Nicholas at Gathins. Shortly afterwards a courier was sent off with a despatch to the russian ambassador in Berlin and which despatch contains instructions for the ambassador regulating his conduct in respect to the attempts now being made to bring Prussia and Austria into Union. The russian Cabinet Isis Down in this note the fixed principles by which it intends to be c ded no matter what eventualities May arise i course of the present War. In this note no i Oft Tion to make concessions la evinced rus Sia it is declared will under All circumstances act up to the principles she has maintained hither to in her Oriental Poncy. Should even Sebasta pol fall and the cart tsar be lost Rossi will Norfield one Inch but insist on her rights founded in the East by treaty. Russia so Ems the note in question is the nut powerful state in the East and will remain such despite All casualties. She has not yet or ought her chief military strength into the Field nor Hsc the Western Powers a yet any Coane to Triumph. The rns Maiv envoy in Berlin is directed to read the despatch to the prussian Premier but without leaving him a copy. The Ciar is said to have with his own hand made several Omphalia alterations to passages which As origin nov drawn up by Nussel Rode were not sufficiently decisive. Corret Pondelee of commercial . London not. 8, ism. Since the depart Are of the inst Steamer there Haa been continued uncertainty regarding the pro Gress of events before Sebastopoli and at one time owing to the predominance of reports from rus sign source consider 1.1. Anxiety prevailed not with regard to the ultimate result Lut let heavy losses should have been sustained. The Public mind however was soon re ass Rcd and All the latest intelligence of a reliable character is favor Able. The Adverse reports in question which remained in circulation until this morning when they wore completely set aside by definite intelligence were first to the Effi it that s French Battery Hail been taken and 11 gun and h mortars destroyed next that for English batteries had been captured and 11 guns destroyed and next that in a sortie by general Liprandi at the head of a very Large Force the English cavalry had been listen and had lost #00 men. The reliable news now received is that up to the Smith of october the siege a going on Ftp orally and bad not been interrupted by any of to frequent rencontre which had occurred. Admiral a Schloff was believed to have been killed within a few Days after Admiral Korniloff and the loss of the russians generally was such that the streets wore encumbered with dead and infection a already doing its work among those who had thus fsr been spared from death in other forms. For nine Days the cannonade Lead continued in Cesa aptly and the British Sre reported to Hare reached within s00 Yards of the russian works while the fire of the defenders was steadily Dimin Ishing. A conflagration also had broken oat in the town on the 28d and burned with great Fri Rye Tad two powder mag deep arc likewise said to a pts exploded. At the borne time it u asserted that the russian fir had been extremely vigorous nud tint it bad fallen on the French siege work with severe effect indeed the entire resistance seems to have been Euclid Asia Only witnessed builder a Complete reckless ideas of life and the filial records of it will pro Bably show a amount of carnage rarely equalled. This however a in exact accordance with what waa anticipated and it a believed thu the Plana of the Allied commanders were formed accordingly and that with the View of prevent big a useless waste of life a steady and protracted bombard ment was resolved upon in preference to any at tempt to carry the place by assault. The destruction of the Forti locutions Aid the shipping being & result that would Best harmonize in any Case with the original objects of the aides there would have been no use Lor the Sake of accelerating it by u week or two to increase the coat of the attainment which even under the most prudent management must be very severe. No new Light has been thrown on the probable conduct of Austria and it May be assumed she will now at All events take no decisive step until the Fate of Sebastopol is announced. Prussia and the other German Powers will of course shift their schemes As May seem safest after that circumstance and very Little interest 1b Felt either in London or Paris with regard to the proceedings of any of them. The recent discussion awakened by the phrase respecting timid councils in the letter of the French emperor to the widow of marshal St. Arnaud has drawn Forth an official Para Paph in the Moni eur to the effect that it was not intended to have a per Sonal or reproachful meaning of any kind and above All that it positively had no reference to any of the English officers naval or military. According to the political gossip of Paris it was in reality Virnea at Prince Napoleon whose hostility to marshal St. Amati and his plans for the expedition to the Crimea were not Only openly expressed but had occasioned much bitter fueling and the Prospect of a fierce rupture which had Only been averted by the direct support Given to St. Arnaud by Trio emperor. In the London Money Market there is increasing ease and Large arrivals of specie from Australia India and new York furnish a Prospect of its continuance. Choice Bills can be discounted with facility at from 4 to 4 1-2 per cent. A tall Between 3 and 4 per cent in the wheat Market waa announced by the last packet and there has subsequently been a further tendency to depression. One circumstance that has operated on the Market has been the knowledge that Tho greek firms who Are the largest holders of foreign wheat have not Felt Confidence in the foil maintenance of the recent Rise and have been anxious to realize As speedily As possible. Tuition but with the exception of a sudden fall during the prevalence of the Adverse russian re ports prices have been firmly maintained. Con sols at the last Date were quoted 94 6-8, and after having for a Short time touched 94, they rapidly recovered to 94 7-8, and have closed this morning at that Price. The report of Tho Liverpool Cotton Market for the week shows a Good business at former quotations. Corretto Tulice of commercial advertiser. Or. Mason has not yet received any reply from the government to his pressing application for explanations in the Soule affair. Five Days have now elapsed and our legation would be already making preparations for departure were it not aware that the minister of foreign affairs is deeply occupied in taking counsel and gathering opinions for an answer. Two Cabinet meetings have been held expressly at one of which the emperor telegraphic communication with England has teen kept up on the us Lect and h is though that lord Aberdeen is recommending a Retreat. I does not appear however that Louis Napoleon has any idea of receding from his position. The Moni eur appeared this morning although it said yester Day it should not appear on account of All Saint Day its reason for thus departing from a custom and breaking a Promise May be found in the fact that it publishes As a prominent article the Edito rial of the London times justifying the course of the French government. This would hardly have been done and the subject opened to the discussion of the press were the difficulty to be amicably an immediately settled. The advice of or. Buchanan is to pull up stakes in cose of no answer or an unsatisfactory answer and an answer to be satisfactory must l c an apology and permission for to Cross France to Spain. It is out of the question that no answer will be such a insult would be infinitely More serious than the original difficulty. Or. Mason feels his position Tobe already delicate and has temporarily suspended relations with the government that is certain urgent matters have been set aside rather than at tempt to transact business in the existing state of affairs. But the most important circumstance connected with the subject is the publication in the Coati to Lionnel of an article known to have been written by. Or at the dictation of Tho emperor. On read ing it i supposed it to be his majesty s work and have since assured myself of the fact. After enumerating the various motives which France and America have for remaining firm friends the Arti Cle goes on to say it is therefore with regret mingled with Surpris that we have seen a series of facts and incidents taking place which would seem to present another character. With the exception of Russia the i verment of the emperor keeps up the Best rations with All the governments of the old and new world. However in a foreign court a Dif Ference takes place Between a diplomatic agent and a representative of France Soule and Turgot and that agent not Content with having originated that difference altogether of a personal nature seems to do All he ran by his Demeanour and his language to transform it into a polities conflict who is that agent ? an american minister. In the new world the privileges of on Consu Lar Flag although founded on a recent treaty Are disregarded. Which is the country where our International right has been thus infringed ? , of the american Union California our Navy is everywhere respected. There is however a Road Stead in which a handful of anarchical Refuge have seized on the occasion of the presence of our sailors to organize with impunity a demagogic Al masquerade and that Road Stead i that of an american town new York fact of this nature if multiplied would Accord Dut Little with the traditions of Friendship and the Community of Princi Ples and interests which exist Between the two nations and which seem to Force themselves As a duty on the two governments. But it is evidently impossible to see in these Inci dents anything else than the work of some mls chief makers whose acts Are in Dis Accord with Tho intentions of the american Cabinet and nation. Whilst deploring them we feel full Confidence that they will remain in the state of pure4y individual acts and we know in Advance that the Union always animated toward France with a sympathy which a reciprocal and which will Toon Nofi Century s duration on both sides declines the responsibility of Ino clonts with which it has remained altogether unconnected. The Rvl Dent meet of this article is to prepare the Public mind for any troubles that May grow out of the present misunderstanding. I think that i Ance. Louia Napoleon of course knows that if he experienced some flu carib nov. 2, 1854

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