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s, diplomacy is busy. It is probable that Secretary Seward, through his written dispatches to Mr. Bigelow, and his live dispatch in the person of General Schofield, has by this time come to a final understanding with Louis Napoleon in regard to Mexican matters. The pride and prestige of the French Emperor are to be saved by simply giving him an opportunity to withdraw his support from Maximilian, without menace from the United States, and with the understanding that the United States Governme common with other powers, made against the unjustifiable aggression of Spain upon Peru and Chili, seem to have had no effect. No one would be surprised if the Spanish-Chilian question should soon take the place in the public mind of the Franco-Mexican question. The best way to Rule Jamaica may be the best for Ruling the South. The commissioner appointed by Earl Russell to visit Jamaica, and there personally investigate the circumstances attending the late insurrection of the blacks, a
Garibaldian corps being formed at Genoa. The General himself remains at Caprera, and enjoys moderate health. Queen Emma of Hawaii has gone to Hyeres. About twenty thousand dollars have been raised during her visit to England for the Hawaiian Mission. The King and Queen of Portugal arrived in Paris on the evening of the 10th, on their way to England, and slept at the Grand Hotel. The death of the King of the Belgians prevented their visit to Compeigne and the Tuileries. The Mexican question — the Beginning of the end.[Correspondence London Observer (Ministerial), December 10.] The Empress Charlotte has left Mexico for Europe en route by Yucatan. The French Emperor is apprehensive lest Maximilian should shortly follow his consort, and has prevailed on Senor Hidalgo, the Mexican Minister in Paris, to proceed to Mexico and endeavor to dissuade Maximilian from abdicating. Senor Hidalgo will go out in the French packet which is to sail from St. Nazaire on the 15th inst
ys: Imperial papers announce that Don Manuelruiz, Judge of the Supreme Court of the Republic, has abandoned Juarez, and protested against the latter continuing to act as President after his constitutional term has expired. Herald's Vera Cruz"> Events at and in the vicinity of Vera Cruz do not indicate any intention on the part of the French to withdraw from the country at an early day, but, on the contrary, are regarded as showing a disposition to contest their occupancy of Mexican territory with the United States. Arrivals of soldiers from France continue--twelve hundred being landed at Very Cruz on the 6th instant, and about three hundred more on the 11th, all of whom were immediately sent into the field. French cannon and other war munitions and supplies were still daily arriving, and the defences of the city are being greatly strengthened, and remounted with the heaviest and most improved guns. The work is being carried on secretly — principally at night. The b