h bank of the Rapidan, and the river being very low makes guarding it a task of trying difficulty.
Intercepted Correspondence — effect of the withdrawal of Mr. Mason from London — the emigration from Ireland to. The United States.--the feeling in France towards the Confederacy.
The Northern papers publish the following leguage, on one measure of policy since adopted, would have been greatly modified, however unchanged my private opinion might have remained.
The withdrawal of Mr. Mason from London has had Southern question, and awakening the public in England from their dream of continued non-intervention.
From all sources of information in myir visit to Prince Maximilian, near Trieste, and some people hope he may say something hearing on our question.
I entertain no such hope.
The withdrawal of Mr. Mason from London makes the Emperor more than ever master of the situation, the only rivalry he feared being thus withdrawn.
He can amuse us with Mexican alliances, i