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Napoleon's designs. A letter to the Tribune, written from Washington, declares "that the late foreign news confirms the belief that the French Emperor designs to persist in his mediation scheme, even if he has to proceed alone." So well informed does this correspondent profess to be that he gives the propositions to be presented in the letter of the French Minister with considerable particularity — The proffer of mediation by Napoleon, he says, "will be accompanied by a letter from Drouyn de L'Huys stating in substance that the Emperor believes the proposition of an armistice an act in no way injurious to the interests and honor of the United States, but, on the contrary, eminently useful; that it is not his intention to press it upon, the Federal Government, which alone can determine the time when the friendly office of France may be accepted; but that the President must be aware that any protracted refusal of her offers would necessitate the Emperor to listen to the Southern rep