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ut the whole world. Finally, even without immediate results, these overtures would not be entirely useless, for they might encourage public opinion to views of conciliation, and thus contribute to hasten the moment when the return of peace might become possible. I request you, sir in the name of his Majesty, to submit these considerations to Lord Russell or to Prince Gortschak ff, begging him to state the views of the Government or her Britannic Majesty or the Court of Russia. Drouyn De L'Huys. Earl Russell's reply. Foreign Office, Nov. 14, 1862. The following dispatch was addressed by Earl Russell to Earl Cowley, her Majesty's Ambassador at Paris: Foreign Office, Nov. 13, 1862. My Lord --The Count De Flahauit came to the Foreign office by appointment on Monday, the 10th instant, and read to me a dispatch from M. Drouyn de l'huys, relating to the civil war in North America. In this dispatch, the Minister for Foreign Affairs states that the Emperor