Practically speaking, the opponents to a reform in Massachusetts are not a hundred thousand politicians at the South, but a hundred thousand merchants and farmers here, who are more interested in commerce and agriculture than they are in humanity, and are not prepared to do justice to the slave and to Mexico
, cost what it may.
Putnam is an old soldier, and has been in Mexico
and Australia, and the Cannibal Islands for all I know.
Master Bean was discoursing easily on cocoa, the processes whereby it was manufactured, and the remarkable distances which natives of Mexico
had covered with it as their only food.
when in fancy I see his credulous victim, Maximilian, lying stark and stiff in Mexico
, and his maniac widow watching eagerly from her French asylum for the form that will never come--but I do admire his nerve, his calm self-reliance, his shrewd good sense.
The class of power, the working heroes, the Cortez, the Nelson, the Napoleon, see that this is the festivity and permanent celebration of such as they; that fashion is funded talent; is Mexico
, Marengo, and Trafalgar beaten out thin; that the brilliant names of fashion run back to just such busy names as their own, fifty or sixty years ago.
Napoleon III issues a decree and the French go to Mexico
For my part," added the Shaggy Man, "I've been to Mexico
and Boston and many other foreign countries.
Farther back there was a range of low but apparently very rocky hills, and here and there all about were visible flat-topped masses of rock--small mountains, in fact--which reminded me of pictures I had seen of landscapes in New Mexico
On the morning of the third day following the death of von Horn the New Mexico
steamed away from the coast of Borneo.
Several were sailors, but the large majority were miners, culled from all the camps from Mexico
to the Arctic Ocean.
There were women of the cattle camps, and swarthy cigarette-smoking women of Old Mexico
At the same time, the Iron Heel helped Mexico
and Cuba to put down revolt.