Punch, 23 (1852), 209.
Reports that the submarine telegraph 'was for the first time worked on the 1st instant' but laments the fact that the message sent was to Louis Napoleon. Notes that the senders of the message, the directors of the Submarine Telegraph Company, hoped the telegraph would serve 'under the Empire', and is deeply worried that this implies a British allegiance to the French empire.
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