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the fact that the Chambers of Commerce of Lyons, Ronen, St. Etienne, Mulhouse, &c., have petitioned this Government to at once recognise the Southern States, and thus put an end to the impending ruin of those manufacturing French towns. The Freeman's Journal, of Dublin, has the following in its resume of affairs as they appear at present. The Morning Herald and Daily News, of London, quite agrees with the Freeman's: The prostration of trade in France consequent on the American war isFreeman's: The prostration of trade in France consequent on the American war is about to become operative in an effort at resuscitation, by means of recognizing the Southern Confederation and raising the blockade. To this mission, we learn, several French chambers of commerce have applied themselves, and, it is added, they contemplate invoking the co-operation of the British Legislature. It is, of course, difficult to conjecture what line of policy the British Government would adopt under such circumstances; but the public would not be much surprised is it found the muc