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nce. An imperfect statement of Mr. Faulkner's interview with M. Thouvenel, the French courier for Foreign Affairs, has been published, the. H. Seward, Secretary of State:-- Sir:--I called to-day upon M. Thouvenel, at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and was promptly admitted tf domestic peace and the maintenance of the Federal Union. Here M. Thouvenel asked if there was not some diversity of opinion in the Cabinet ng with the deliberate and loyal action of the American people. M. Thouvenel expressed his pleasure at the assurance. I further said thanew Minister accredited by the United States to this Court. M. Thouvenel, in reply, said that no application of yet been made to him by tThe conversation was then further protracted for an inquiry from M. Thouvenel when the new tariff would go into operation, and whether it was nce in the assertion of their claims to a separate sovereignty. M. Thouvenel expressed the opinion that its employment of force would be unwi