-Gen. M. L. Bonham.--Richmond Enquirer, April 27, and N. Y. Herald, April 30.
A number of French residents of New York held a meeting this afternoon for the purpose of taking measures with reference to the present state of the country.
Messrs. Fremont, Quesne, and Faidu were appointed a Committee to conduct the proceedings.
M. Victor Faidu stated the object of the meeting, and proposed that it be made preliminary to a general meeting of French citizens for their proper organization to participate in the present conflict — it was their duty to support the Government of the United States in this strife between human liberty and freedom against slavery and feudal oppression.
M. Fremont offered resolutions tendering the support of French citizens to the United States, but he hoped that the government, if the contest was carried to the extreme, would guarantee the total abolition of slavery.--N. Y. Daily News, April 29.
President Lincoln decided that the ports of Virginia and