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reporting the remarks of the Emperor touching the alleged breach of courtesy of the British Government in communicating to the Federal Government his proposition touching mediation in American allures, he gave his version of a misunderstood conversation, just as he did in stating that the Emperor said he had instructed his Envoy at London to ask the British Government to join him in recognizing the Southern Confederacy, when, according to the Moniteur, he only stated that he would instruct Baron Gros, the French Ambassador, to "sound the intentions of Lord Palmerston" upon this point, and to give him to understand that if the English Cabinet believed that the recognition of the South would put an end to the war the Emperor would be disposed to follow it in this direction. " A very different version, indeed! Mr. Roebuck has obliged the Southern Confederacy with some very just views of its condition, and some warm praizes of the heroism of its people. Moreover be has afforded us