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3 In London the ambassadors of the N orthern Powers reacted to what they judged was aperiod of crisis and emergency. In a Secret Memo of February 27, r848, edited by Brunnow and sent to Palmerston, D'Hoffschmidt to Ligne, Feb. 28, 1848, CNB, I, 14. Waller to Palmerston, Feb. O. 10/137. 3 D'Hoffschmidt to Van de Weyer, Mar. 2, 1848, CNB, I, 51. D'Hoffschmidt also asked Willmar's opinion which was as folIows: Belgian neutrality demanded prompt and unofficial relations with the Provisional Government and that Belgium stay neutral in case of a conflict between France and other powers.
Hedging, d'Hoffschmidt asked what the Belgians were supposed to do if the French sent them an ambassador. The Briton replied that this would be improbable unless they had received encouragement. The meeting ended with the foreign minister promising that the matter would receive full study but that the British should remember Belgium's special conditions. He promised that both the British and Prussian ambassadors would be informed of any positive decision. 1 D'Hoffschmidt then wrote Ligne that his talks with Howard de WaIden and with Seckendorff convinced hirn both Britain and Prussia were opposed to official Belgian relations with the Provisional Government.
D'Hoffschmidt to Van de Weyer, Feb. 29, I848, CNB, I, I32-I34. 3 Van de Weyer to d'Hoffschmidt, Mar. , 68-69. 4 Leopold to Metternich, Feb. , I848 (no date, no signature), drafts, AEV. Leopold warned that Austria's status as a Russian ally would come to resemble that of the Sultan. 32 THE REVOLUTION'S INITIAL IMPACT proved of what he had heard from Woyna of Belgium's early posture of firmness after the fall of Louis Philippe. While there might be a few partisans in Belgium desiring a union with France, Mettemich wrote that he was sure "the people ought not to wish" such a thing.