news by the City of New York
is to the 3d July. --two days later.
Advices to the 28th June say that at that period the Emperor
of the French
appeared to be uneasy in his mind on the subject of Mexico
His energy in sending out reinforcements had drooped, and great uncertainty prevailed in Paris
, as to his intentions.
A letter from Paris
, of the 24th of June, says notwithstanding this there is immense excitement at Toulon
in consequence of the preparations for the Mexican
One of the local papers assuming that war, no matter for what purpose, is a subject for congratulation, exclaims joyfully, ‘"We are in as great a bustle now as in the good old times of the Crimean and Italian campaigns."’ The rumor that the French
army has retired as far as Orizaba
, there to form a basis of operations, is but faintly denied.
The Madrid Constitution
says that, as the legislative session will not close till the beginning of July, it is probable that General Print
will return in time to give explanations in the Senate on the Mexican
The very latest news informs us that Lord Palmerston had reiterated his declaration against intervention in American affairs just now. There appears to be no further intelligence of importance from Europe
concerning the rebellion.
correspondent of the London Times
says that the French
people are openly expressing dissatisfaction with the policy of the Emperor