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the Emperor has not endeavored, as certain present, to influence the British Parliament by means of two of us members, and that everything was limited to frank explanations, exchanged is an interview which his Majesty bad no reason to refuse. The Presse, a paper with Federal proclivities, commenting on this says: This explanation throws the light at length upon the rumors put in circulation and upon the of contradictions which arose between Lord John Russell and Mr. Roebuck. --Baron Gros was to receive instructions to sound the intentions of Lord Palmerston. --This fact remains, and, without desiring to hazard too much in advance in the system of diplomacy, we think we may hope that in a short time the question will be put again, and arose clearly. Le Nord says: The published in the this morning confirms to and all our former information, and three days ago we were not wrong in saying that the question of the recognition of the South was seriously entertained