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ln to come to a compromise with the South. Baron Brunow has communicated this to the British Cabinet, and also to the Emperor of France. M. Thouvenel has left London for Vichy, to convey Earl Russell's answer to the Russian communication to Louis Napoleon. It is this: If the Government at Washington refuse to listen to the proposition of the Czar, then England and France will jointly interfere in behalf of peace. Friendly mediation will be first proposed; if refused, recognition of the Southf people are starving, for want of the raw material, of which the war deprives them, for want of the Southern market for manufactured goods now sealed by the blockade. --This agony cannot be much longer endured neither in England nor France. Louis Napoleon has enough to do in Rome, and in Mexico, and he will be compelled to take steps to appease the suffering and discontent occasioned by the American embargo. The French press on Mediation, &c. The Paris correspondent of the New York Com