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he American ship captains upon the General's arrival in Havre. Two triumphal arches were erected, under which the General passed, and as much enthusiasm was exhibited and as much noise made as was consistent with the quiet ideas of the French police. To-day the General is resting quietly at his hotel, and to-morrow or next day will receive his American friends. After remaining here a few weeks for medical advice and treatment, he will proceed to the South of France, probably to Pan or Cannes, where he will spend the winter. He enjoyed the trip across very much, never missed a meal, and says he feels better now then he has for a year past. The French Post-Office authorities have given notice that, as many letters intended for the Southern States are dropped in here addressed to the care of the French Legation at Washington, or of the French Consul General at New York, such letters will not be sent during the suspension of mail communication with the Southern States.