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heir Paris dispatches the United States Government has received correspondence which states that Messrs. Masan and Slidell, having exhausted all argument for the recognition of the Southern Confederacy without success, have determined to assert its independence as regards its relations with other countries, in such a way as to make that recognition necessary to the interests of foreign Powers, with out alienating their good will. The correspondent adds: A note has been forwarded by Mr. Benjamin, the rebel Secretary of state at Richmond, to the agents of the confederacy abroad, with instructions to communicate it to the principal Powers of Europe. The contents of these notes are substantially these: The interests and the wishes of the Confederate Government, it is said, are to cultivate amicable relations with all the Powers of the continent, and to offer them a generous participation in all the benefits of a free, commercial, industrial, and social intercourse with the South.