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Additional foreign News by the Canada. By the arrival of the Canada, at New York, we have the following details of foreign news: France. The monthly returns of the Bank of France show that the decrease in cash is nineteen and a half millions of francs, and the increase in bills discounted twenty-seven millions.--The change in the Imperial system of finance as shadowed forth in the Emperor's letter, and M. Fould's programme, received per Bohemian is not regarded with much importance in England. The London Times' City Article says: "It is not easy to see how the transfer from the Emperor to the people of the task of raising money will calm uneasiness, and remove all pretext for hostile measures, when it is certain that the Emperor can resume his prerogative at any moment he may think fit." The Daily News says: "Will the Emperor still be answerable for an abundance of employment when he can no longer create boundless expenditure by a stroke of his pen?