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Interesting from Europe. The European mails give some intelligence of interest. Death of Mr. Dayton. A letter from the Yankee consul at Paris to Mr. Thurlow Weed thus announces the death of Mr. Dayton: Paris, December 6, 1864. My Dear Mr. Weed: Our friend, Mr. Dayton, died about 10 o'clock this morning while visiting at the Louvre Hotel. He had called upon Mr. Vanderpool, but not finding him in, went to the apartment of Mrs. Eckles, (widow of Judge Eckles,) asked for a seat, and soon complained of feeling dizzy. He became alarmed about his symptoms, and begged her not to leave him. He died there upon the sofa in a very few minutes.--His funeral will take place on Tuesday. This event has spread a cloud over us all. I have been so occupied with preparations for the funeral that I have but a moment to devote to this letter. Mr. A. H. Layard on the War. Mr. A. H. Layard, M. P., Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs, made a speech to his constituents