1.--neh diplomatic agents it morning. It is not of the circular, nor 1 1 1 ,!It it appears to be an- A circular at Foreign Ce,,.... stated by whip is it published thentic. "CIRCULAR Alla 1:`:.,•1 NTIC AGI:NTS AT FOREIO/f INI,T11.11 1011 1i1REIGN AFFAIRS.
7 -.! t ui it 'ii the Crown had • adopted as relates more f:kmal relations of the country, ut to the Fast, as every- - .... Peace is in its eyes the • •:,,1,..nce and integrity of • repelled the em- ii late the division of ur Egypt : those means . : .... tef.1 to shake the .2 Of 1:11TOpe, than to which would
. n-o.! ail antageous to ; and that the might, sooner or
i,: 14:eying aloof from might, for the purpose of ,v,eits in the East. It • dignity and interests of . to 111:1.111tIkill its rank, Such have been it has taken. It :•_••1 p -4dtion in which to all Europe, t., the chance of . Bat if, on the one lig parties to the Government could French nation; and it nod firmness of the -e, and be ready for every
1r in conformity , understood
v , . nt with the
v how to wait for those
GUIZOT." COUirt- • .
" Alter a slya-! called upon hitt, M. Ginzot . especially to the East,. " The polies.'
where else, had f,
shire etsl and pa t Ottoman empire.
" It was to-al, 7
appeared even foundation of ti • strengthen the, control the pro! . the superior P.,', influence of tl.,• later, with quit
the couventi,, arranging u considered :1, t',,• France, Ulf,: it and to ene.drit,-•• the sentiment: does not it finds itself, .md. because every I'll I remaining inyvr;I,
hand, there ex, - treaty of the not sacrifice t Iv, -.
it confidently nation, the Ku Contingency. " I invite en. S' with the \'L•'-1 on every interests oi , ring it forward. f L'irettinstapees.
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