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and our sensitiveness as to any forcible interference in its form of government. He said that these were the same views held by you to M Mercier, and reported by him to his Government. The above letter was written about two months after J. M. Arroyo, Under Secretary of State and of Foreign Affairs of the Mexican Empire, addressed to Mr. Seward a communication, dated at the "Palace of the Regency of the Empire of Mexico," to the end that he "may be pleased to place within the knowledge of his Government the recent important events which have finally resulted in the organization of an appropriate, strong, and durable Government, with a view that the nation may be constituted," &c., &c. Consequently, Senor Arroyo "relies on the moral co-operation of the Governments which are friendly to Mexico, among which he has the satisfaction of enumerating that of the United States of America, which has given so many proofs of its interest in the happiness of Mexico.". In addressing Mr. D