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sent prospect of an immediate resumption of hostilities in Virginia by either side. The Rochester conference. The conference of politicians of the old Whig party, at Rochester, lasted three or four hours. The reported conclusion arrived at is that the restoration of peace and the re-establishment of the Union can only be brought about by the organization of the conservative elements of the North upon a platform similar to that of the Union Democracy of Kentucky. Letters from Ex- President Fillmore and other distinguished men were read. About thirty delegates were present. From Mexico. A San Francisco telegram gives news from the City of Mexico, via Acapulco, to the 22d of July. General Forey was issuing decrees daily. The French-Mexican newspapers urge the recognition of the Southern Confederacy. The Government paper says the Northern States are in favor of Juarez, while the Confederates are for a Mexican monarchy, and everything looks to the immediate recognit