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The French in Mexico --Farewell of Gen. Ferey.--The Vera Cruz Commercial, of the 17th ult., contains the following important address of Gen. Forey. It is his farewell address to the Mexican people: Mexicans: I have terminated the great mission which the French Emperor entrusted to me, and I am now about to leave for France. I can assure you that no alteration has been made in the policy of the French Emperor to this day. In departing from you, I leave you with a Generallyiots, and their proximity to the mire in which they are rapidly falling. Be assured that God, whose Providence protects the French arms, will not allow the fratricide of the nation. Adieu, Mexicans! I leave with full confidence in the welfare of your country. You may be proud, and you may thank Providence, that your happiness has been assigned to the French Emperor. In leaving, I can say you will not regret placing your happiness in his hands. Forey. Mexico, Sept. 30, 1863.