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— the first two from gentlemen well known to our readers as two of the first engineers of Virginia, and the other from M. Mercier, the French Minister in Washington. "Georgetown, D. C., Dec. 13, 1860. Dear sir: Since I last wrote to youh the Messrs. Bellot, and the interest taken in their enterprise by his Government. "A good deal to my surprise, Mr. Mercier told me, yesterday, that he had received communications from his Government, showing a very warm interest in the proje in France who sustain the Messrs. Bellot, though he is not himself personally acquainted with these gentlemen. "Mr. Mercier was very decided and unreserved in his communications, and promised to show me the documents which he has received, asrequest, I state to you in writing what I said to you yesterday. "While I was in Washington, the French Minister, Mr. Mercier, said to Messrs. Hunter and Garnett the following, in substance: "That the French Emperor had instructed him to g