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[for the Richmond Dispatch.]
Count Mercier

Has opened negotiations with the Secretary of State, and Congress have determined to remain at their post during the important mission of the Minister of the Emperor. Any kind of arrangement will be made with the President of the Confederacy, and this is a perfect acknowledgment by France of our independence from the old United States. I am happy that my article in the Enquirer of yesterday has produced the desired effect to prolong the Congress while negotiations with Count Mercier are going on.

Dr. Lemoine.

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