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oon after his arrival he visited the State Department, and had a long and doubtless interesting interview with Secretary Seward. The French Minister states that he never heard until his arrival here of Dr. Lemoine, who is said by the Richmond papers to have had an interview with the Minister, and to have represented 30,000 Frenchmen. The Senate, in Executive session to-day, confirmed the nomination of Martin Metcalf, of Michigan, as Consul at Agua Callentes, Mexico; and of Horatio King, Ex-Postmaster General, as one of the Commissioners under the act for the abolishment of slavery in the District of Columbia. The Beard will be at once organized. The Senate to-day, by a unanimous vote, ratified the Seward-Lyons treaty recently negotiated here for the suppression of the African slave trade. This is deemed a most important treaty, which will probably sweep the last vestige of the piratical traffic from the face of the seas. Captures by the U. S. Gunboat Hercule