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American affairs in France. The intelligent Paris correspondent of the New Orleans Picayune gives some views of the attitude of France towards the Confederate States of America, which will interest our readers. The letter is dated June 14: "The work goes bravely on!" Judge Rost is well satisfied with the views taken of the course of American politics by the English and French Governments. Lord Palmerston, Lord John Russell, Mons. Thouvenel and Count Waleski have acquainted him these Governments will acknowledge the Confederate States as soon as they approve their ability to maintain their sovereignty — as soon as they exhibit to the world that they are defacto capable of defending their rights, and they say the rule of acknowledging all Governments de facto will be interpreted largely in favor of the Confederate States; it being a fundamental principle of Republics that the people have an inalienable right to modify their form of Government at pleasure, and there being n