English and French Neutrality and the Anglo-French Alliance, in Their Relations to the United States & Russia, Including an Account of the Leading Policy of France and of England for the Last Two Hundred Years: The Origin and Aims of the Alliance : the Meaning of the Crimean War : and the Reason of the Hostile Attitude of These Two Powers Towards the United States, and of the Movement on Mexico, with a Statement of the General Resources : the Army and Navy of England and France : Russia and America : Showing the Present Strength and Probable Future of These Four Powers
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