England and France.--Napoleon's troops in Mexico may Operate in American difficulties. [Paris (Sept. 16th.) Correspondence of the London Times.]
In the way of news from America, we hear that the Alabama, Confederate man of war, the departure of which from Liverpool was lately noticed, had by this time arrived out at the Bahamas where she was to be mot, it is said, by another Confederate armed steamer, which would place herself under the orders of the Alabama's commander, the renowned Captain Semmos.
These two steamers, it is considered, will be imply sufficient to give an account of the Federal cruisers which have been allowed literally to blockade Nadean.
So we may expect soon to have the account of the war varied by details of an action at sea.
It is further stated to-day that French cruisers in the Gulf of Mexico, on the lookout for Mexican vessels, have captured some Federal craft, which, it is though, may lead to complications.
Another incident which, if confirmed — an