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t 22. (No. 35) has been received. I learn from it that Mr. Thouvenel is unwilling to negotiate for an accession by the Unitein our country," and that to render the matter certain, Mr. Thouvenel proposes to make a written declaration simultaneously wme a copy of a note to this effect, addressed to you by Mr. Thouvenel and have also represented to me an official conversatio with you upon the same subject. The declaration which Mr. Thouvenel thus proposes to make is in these words: Draft of The obscurity of the text of the declaration which Mr. Thouvenel submits to us is sufficiently relieved by his verbal exus declarations as they proposed. These remarks of Mr. Thouvenel are certainly distinguished by entire frankness. It shen as such a treaty it would be unequal. Assuming that Mr. Thouvenel's reasoning is correct, we should, in that case, be conzens and subjects in maritime war. You will inform Mr. Thouvenel that the proposed declaration, on the part of the Emper