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The Danish Islands: Are We Bound in Honor to Pay for Them? (Classic Reprint)
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Title : The Danish Islands: Are We Bound in Honor to Pay for Them? (Classic Reprint)
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Author : James Parton
Publisher : Forgotten Books
ISBN : 1331588367
Pages : 84
Type : Paperback
Language : English
Label : Forgotten Books
Release : 2017-12-03
Price : £9.59 on amazon store
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Excerpt from The Danish Islands: Are We Bound in Honor to Pay for Them? But it is broached sometimes, as the reader is about to discover. On the seventh of January, 1865, M. de Geoffroy, the Charge d’Affaires of France, gave a large dinner-party at Washington, which was attended by most of the diplomatic, corps, and, among the rest, by General Raasloff, Minister from Denmark. Mr. Seward was also one of the guests. I do not know why it happened, but it did happen, that both the Secretary of State and the Danish Minister arrived at the house of M. de Geoffrey half an hour before dinner was announced, and they found themselves in the drawing-room almost alone. A few days before, when the legations made their New Years call at the Presidential mansion, Mr. Lincoln had singled out the Danish Minister from the rest, had paid him marked attention, and engaged him for a long time in conversation on indifferent subjects. In a European court this would have meant something, but the circumstance does not appear to have excited the curiosity of the Danish Minister at the time, and he would probably have forgotten it if the events which I am about to relate had not recalled it to his mind. General Raasloff had been a resident of the United States for thirteen years, during which his diplomatic duties had not been arduous, but he had become intimately acquainted with the leading men in Washington, by whom he was held in high esteem for his social and manly qualities. He was one of -that very small number among the diplomatic corps resident in Washington, who during the rebellion sympathized with the United States, and believed in the final triumph of freedom and civilization. Neither he nor his country was to be reckoned among our “neutral friends.” Mr. Lincolns far miliarity with him, therefore, was not remarkable. It is safe to conjecture that the early attendance of Mr. Seward and General Raasloff at the dinner-party was not wholly the result of accident. Be that as it may, th
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