The Greatest Agitator in the World
Stresses that electric telegraphs laid between Vienna, St Petersburg, and Berlin, would improve communication between these 'courts' and lay one half of Europe 'under their secret influence'. Argues that King Louis-Phillipe of France could likewise bring England 'under his thumb' through daily telegraphic contact with Queen Victoria.
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