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CHAPTER III
PUBLIC LATTERS 1848-1849

was just. Nations will soon learn parables. Somebody will show them a vegetable by which they were long supported ; will show them that the distemper, which is consuming it, begins at the top ;
and that, by cutting off this top in time, the sustenance of millions is secured. WALTER SAVAGE LANDOR.
August 31, 1849

In October of this year a dispute arose between France and the United States of America. Claims and counter-claims were made in regard to a seizure and detention of tobacco purchased by a French subject, and there was also a difference of opinion about the salvage of a French vessel. The tension between the two Governments became acute. The Washington correspondent of the New York Herald wrote :" M, de Tocqueville, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, must resign ; M. Poussin (French Minister at Washington), must be kicked aside ; and the French Government must apologise, or a rupture must ensue
.. The case admits of no diplomatic cobbling." Guisseppe Mazzini's letter, to which Landor refers, was addressed to MM. de Tocqueville and de Falloox. In it he said:-" Rome and Italy will never forgive the Pope for having, as in the Middle Ages, called in foreign bayonets to transfix Italian hearts." The following letter from Landor was published in the Examiner of October 13, 1849:

The Presidents of France and Amerlica.
To be pacifick is as good a reason for French hostility as to be weak. Italy was so inviting that no wonder was excited at French invasion or French perfidy : but there is hardly an example in the history of policy so blind and erroneous. Detested as the French always were by every other people, the Italians, always deceived by

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