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of being presented to their Imperial Majesties." "I believe I am correct in saying that Mr. Dayton simply replied that the persons for whose presentation he had applied were ladies and gentlemen who would be received by the President of the United States. It resulted that no Americans were presented at all at the reception in question. I believe that the presence at Court, on former occasions, of some persons of American origin scarcely presentable in any society, was the cause of Mr. Thouvenel's note to Mr. Dayton." The Emperor had been slightly wounded in the neck by some stray shots from a gun while out shooting. The Bourse was firm and higher. Rentes on the 17th closed at 69.50. Paris, Jan. 19. --The Journal des Debats thinks that Lord Primerston's intentions towards the United States are not so pacific. The Temps, in announcing that Messrs. Mason and Slidell are expected shortly to arrive at Havre, says that no obstacle will be offered to the fulfillm