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The Mexican question. Important Statement of the Views of the Lincoln Government. The following circular letter has been addressed by the abolition Secretary Seward to the several American legations abroad. It is a translation from a French version, which appears in the Archives Diplomatiques: Washington, Monday, March 3, 1862, Sir: We observe indications of a growing impression in Europe that the demonstration made by the Spanish, French and British forces against Mexico is likelng in Mexico, or any political change which should be in opposition to the will of the Mexican people. In short, he has cause to believe that the Allies are unanimous in declaring that revolution proposed to Mexico is solely prompted by certain Mexican citizens who are now in Europe. Nevertheless, the President regards it as his duty to express to the Allies, in all kindness and candor, that a monarchical government established in Mexico, in the presence of foreign fleets and armies, occu
Late from Havana and Mexico. --The steamer Roanoke, from Havana, arrived at New York on the 3d inst. The advices from Mexico state that the French commissioners would no longer treat with the present Mexican government. That they will aid and protect Aments, who was recognized by the French Emperor. Active hostilities between the allies and the Mexican troops was expected. President Juarez has issued a call for troops, and men are flocking to the government standard. Five small steamers and four schooners, loaded with cotton, had arrived at Havana between the 18th and 27th from New Orleans.