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es from communication with the European world. The South has gradually lost port after port, and though cargoes will continue to be landed in obscure places along those hundreds of miles of coast, yet the blockade will be as effective as it is in the nature of such an operation to be. It will be seen then how far the South is capable of doing without that with which England has hitherto furnished it. Important discussion of American Affairs in the Paris Press. [From the Paris Nord, February 5.] Yesterday (the 4th) there was a meeting of the Privy Council in Paris. We are informed that the affairs of America, and the connection they may have with the Mexican empire, formed the principal object of the meeting. France is not without some uneasiness as to the attitude the United States may assume towards the new empire when the conclusion of the civil war has placed at the disposal of the republic a large and tried army, with numerous and skillful officers, and a four years s