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hem gone to sea--Confederate vessels building in France--English opinion of a Yankee invasion of Mexico, &c. The steamship City of New York, from Queenstown on the 27th ult., arrived at New Political men of all parties here consider that the establishment of the new state of things in Mexico renders the formation of an alliance with the Confederate States an indispensable necessity, andtocks in French yards, built on the Alabama model, are said to be for the Southern States. Mexico — the United States Cannot make War on France. The London Times, of the 27th August, in its says there is no belief in the threats of the Washington Government against France in regard to Mexico. The general belief is that the American protest will now be feeble, and unattended by any threnews. London, Aug. 27, 1863. --It is reported that the United States Minister, Mr. Dayton, has received instructions from his Government to protest against the French proceedings in Mexico.