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n of the Mexican Empire. It is reported to-day that a certain officer of the army, recently in Paris, took over to our Minister there a verbal assurance from our Government, to be communicated to the French Government, to the effect that if Maximilian maintained himself on the throne for six months longer, and if during that period his Government should be continued to be administered with the same apparent stability that has marked it during the last six months, and if during that period the Liberals in Mexico did not succeed in dethroning Maximilian and in reinstating the Republic, that then the United States would recognize the Empire as the government de facto. "This report, I am led to believe, has a foundation in fact. But my information leads me to believe that the communication was not intrusted to the officer alluded to, but went through the regular diplomatic channels, and was in writing, and that the time was not so brief a period as six months."--Correspondent New
From the Pacific coast — Maximilian — reported Revolt in Mexico. San Francisco, December 23. --Advices from Mexico state that a revolution against Maximilian has taken place, and that General Lopez and his officers have been driven from power. From the Pacific coast — Maximilian — reported Revolt in Mexico. San Francisco, December 23. --Advices from Mexico state that a revolution against Maximilian has taken place, and that General Lopez and his officers have been driven from