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inister, Count Mercier, was recalled from Washington, the Americans were led to understand that no new agent would be accredited until President Lincoln should have recognized the Emperor of Mexico. This recognition has not been forthcoming, and there is no French Minister at Washington." The writer adds:"It is believed that Mr. Bigelow will continue to act as United States Charge D' Affairs in Paris for some time." Great Britain. In the House of Commons, on the 8th instant, Sir J. Elphinstone expressed regret at the absence in the Queen's speech of any allusion to the state of the public service. He said: Our relations with America are not in a satisfactory state; and in the event of war, England was not in the position to afford adequate protection to her commerce. He intended, on an early day, to call attention to the state of the navy. On bringing up the report on the address, Mr. Scully moved an amendment declaring that the state of Ireland is not satisfactory, a