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ctacle. Our pickets are reported to have been driven in at Sharpsburg last evening. Interesting from Washington — feeling relative to the elections — Gen Halleck on a foreign war — communication from the French Minister — Rumored change in the Cabinet — the Contemplated Confederate attack on Yorktown, &c., &c. The Wae gravest importunes, and which may effect a change in the whale aspect of the war were to day submitted by the French Legation to the Secretary of State. Gen. Halleck expresses the belief that a foreign war, necessitating a levy an masses of our whole population would not be an evil without large compensating benefits. He elop its possible resources. An informal meeting of the Cabinet was held to-day, and an adjournment had to this evening, when it re-assembled at 8 o'clock--Gen. Halleck being present, on special invitation of the President. It is believed that decisions of more ultimate importance, than any yet made in the course of the wa