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The old Democratic policy of defiance of foreign dictation was the policy of this emergency. while he favored this resolution, he only wished that it could be so framed and go backed up as to prevent king craft and the arch-dupe of Napoleon (Maximilian) from establishment on this continent. Mr. Davis (Md.) was very sorry that the gentleman from Ohio had thought it necessary to make an argument against the resolution. Mr. cox replied he did not make an argument against it. He would v by a vote of 5 yeas to 33 nays. A semi-official dispatch from Washington says that Minister Dayton had no authority for his assurance to M. Droayn de L'Huys that the United States Government would receive a minister from the Government of Maximilian in Mexico, etc. European News. An arrival from Europe brings advices to the 27th--two days later. The news is unimportant: A final agreement in regard to the Mexican loan had been drawn up, and an agent had been sent to the Arch
rch and sailed again on the 5th. The U. S. ship St. Louis reached Santa Cruz on the 6th. Maximilian would embark for Mexico on the 13th of April. New York, April 4.--The steamer city of Lond receive a Minister from the Emperor of Mexico. Towards the confederate States the policy of Maximilian will be that of strict neutrality. By the advice of the Emperor Napoleon he will abstainacy, or entering into any diplomatic relations with it until France shall have done so. During Maximilian's visit to Paris Mr. Slidell applied by letter to him for an audience. After consulting his Imperial host Maximilian firmly but courteously declined to grant it. The rumors, therefore, of an early recognition of the confederate States by France and Mexico, and an alliance between the latter e Previous to his departure for Mexico he would seek an interview with the Queen of Spain. Maximilian had refused to sanction the privilege accorded by Almonte establishing the Bank of Mexico.