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the United States and other American Republics. Minister Dayton, in a communication to Secretary Seward, dated October last, speaking of a conversation with M. Drouyn de L'Huys, says the latter remarked to him that "the early acknowledgement of that Government by the United States would tend to shorten, or perhaps, he said, to States, when invited by France or Mexico, cannot omit to express themselves with perfect frankness upon new incidents as they occur in the progress of that war. M. Drouyn de L'Huys now speaks of an election which he expects to be held in Mexico, and to result in the choice of His Imperial Highness, the Prince Maximilian, of Austrir the integrity and in dependence of the proposed empire; thirdly, that the head of his family, the Emperor of Austria, shall acquiesce. Referring to that fact, M. Drouyn de L'Huys intimate that an early acknowledgment of the proposed empire by the United States would be convenient to France, by relieving her, sooner than might be