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Lord Lyons recently had an interview with Seward. The Yankee correspondents, in speaking of the interview, says "that nothing whatever of an official character has been received from England, or any other European power, indicating an intention to interfere with our political affairs in connection with a recognition of Southern independence." Threatening character of Yankee Foreign relations. The special Washington correspondent of the New York Times, who seems to have taken Yankee "foreign relations" especially in charge, in his dispatch yesterday enlarges upon the "delicate nature of Yankee relations with France and Spain as follows: The official announcement made some days ago by the State Department, that there is no reason to apprehend serious embarrassments with France on account of Gen. Butler's operations in Louisiana, is now proved to have this foundation and no more: The French Government has demanded full and immediate indemnity for all injuries inflic