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m. He deserved to be promoted to the Paris-letter staff. The Paris letter-writers do not earn their bread in idleness. They manage the affairs of all Europe. They have uninterrupted access to all the Cabinets, especially the Cabinet of Louis Napoleon. That impassive and inscrutable monarch, whose purposes the shrewdest diplomatists endeavor in vain to fathom, unbosoms himself with the artlessness of a child to the Paris letter-writers. In their presence he relaxes that grim secretivenes Of course, it would not be expected that these high and mighty potentates should be ignorant of the purposes of England and France towards this benighted hemisphere. France and England are going to recognize both Lincoln and Jeff. Davis. Napoleon has told the letter-writers so in one of those cozy, confidential tete a-tetes which they have over their wine in the hotel Pouissin.--What an artless, gossipping old gentleman! And how abominable that his confidence should be so abused! But p