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ssuredly be regarded by the friends of peace between Europe and America, peace between North and South, and freedom in both, as an acquisition to their good cause. The Standard ridicules the idea of withholding recognition of the South for fear of war with the North. The Paris correspondent of the London Post says: There seems to be no doubt of the Emperor having lately received the Southern envoy, Mr. Sudell. That his Majesty should have done this so soon after the fall of Puebla gives rice to speculation, and no doubt to many false conclusions. France has probably, since the occupation of Mexico, international reasons to watch what interest the American war. The Paris correspondence of the London News says: Butlier's Correspondence, referring to the statement in the Times that the Emperor had again proposed to England to recognize the Confederate States, asserts that, on the contrary, it is the Cabinet of St. James which has this time taken the initiati