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a war with France with a zeal proportioned to its importance. For our own part, though we do not regard the point as absolutely settled, yet we feel convinced that we are in imminent danger of a war — nay, that the question of war or no war will be definitely settled within the next sixty days. The reticence of the President with regard to France, his promise to lay the papers before Congress as soon as the proper time shall have arrived, the resolutions of Congress, the appointment of General Logan Minister to the Juarez Government, and the dispatch of a messenger to his Government by M. dr. Montholon, all indicate something more than a peaceful solution of the question. The Northern people, moreover, whose voices are, alone, potential at present, if we may judge from their journals, are nearly all in favor of war. This is one side of the question. On the other side, we are disposed to think that Napoleon cannot back out if he would. The French people will not let him. They
officers represent four hundred disbanded volunteer organizations, and that a large portion of them were wounded in the late campaigns in Virginia. Diplomatic correspondence. Owing to the time required for copying the diplomatic correspondence with England and France, referred to in the President's annual message, it is not probable the transcript will be communicated to Congress until after the holidays. The Mexican mission. If it is true, as repeatedly reported, that General Logan has declined the Mexican mission, the fact is certainly not known in official quarters. The sensation rumors which state that "old soldiers on the Rio Grande," and others in like well-informed circles, are apprehensive of a war between the United States and France, partake too much of the ludicrous to require serious denial. Such stories are peculiarly the creation of persons who get up telegraphic dispatches, never being seen anywhere else in a newspaper than under that head. W
tory!--already discredited by telegraph yesterday.--Dispatch.] A Vera Cruz letter says troops from France continue to arrive, six hundred more disembarking on the 2d instant, who were immediately sent into the field. There is great anxiety to ascertain what will be the ultimate action of the United States in regard to Mexico. The Imperialists were greatly excited by the last news, informing them that General Grant had publicly expressed sympathy with the Republican cause, that General Logan was appointed Minister to the Government of Jaurez, that Sheridan's army was on the Rio Grande, and was being reinforced. The French officers and soldiers in the Imperial army openly express strong hatred for the United States, and desire to fight Americans. [Bravo!] Two important decrees were lately issued by Maximilian--one of them extending for fifteen days from the 29th November the time in which the soldiers of President Jaurez's Government are allowed for laying down the
oor creatures "their rights, " and "elevating their social and political positions to the proper standard, " would turn more of their attention to their real necessities. Much difference of opinion exists with regard to the acceptance by General Logan of the Mexican mission. It was said by some that his name was about to be sent to the Senate last week by the Executive, but was stopped by the intervention of the State Department. Soon after, it was said that Logan had declined to accept,of their attention to their real necessities. Much difference of opinion exists with regard to the acceptance by General Logan of the Mexican mission. It was said by some that his name was about to be sent to the Senate last week by the Executive, but was stopped by the intervention of the State Department. Soon after, it was said that Logan had declined to accept, and intended to return to Illinois to canvass for United States Senator. The latest reports intimate that he will accept.