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m to remain quiet. Many believe that within the next month the rebel Confederacy will be recognized by both England and France. When it comes it will come like a clap of thunder, in the Emperor's usual brusque way of doing things, and, at all events, you had better be prepared for it. The resignation of M. Thonvenel as Minister of Foreign Affairs, and the appointment of M Drouyn de L'Huys in his place both of which were announced in the Meniteur, of yesterday, is an unfavorable symptom M Thouvenel has all along been understood to be opposed to any interference in our affairs and particularly opposed to any alliance with England for that purpose; while his successor is regarded as being decidedly "seceah" in his tendencies. Lincoln's intimate Friend. In a Northern paper we find the following: Washington, D. C. Oct. 5. Maj.-Gen. Grant:I congratulate you and all concerned on your recent battles and victories. How does it all sum up? I especially regret the deat