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the American Minister at Paris, home to his Government that the commencement of the insurrection the Emperor that the North could succeed, and the opinion of European statement was also that two sections of the Union would never he reunited M. Thouvenel also said, "France and the other Powers have not the intention of later in America. France receives to the right or expressing to the when she shall see or useful, her desices for the war to come to an end, and of saying what she thinks should be close, write the consent of the two belligerent Powers," M. Thouvenel also said. "The refusal of the moderation of France by the North would not be followed by the recognition of the South Nothing would be changed. The Emperor was disposed to take a friendly part between the two if it was desired by both parties" Here, then, have a confirmation of the policy of neutrality agreed on by France and England from the commencement of the American war, with a declaration of willingness to m