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European items. A French opinion of American Affairs.[from the Paris Soicle, Jan. 1. We do not flatter ourselves with the hope that 1862 will bring us the solution of the American crisis. Unionists, and separatists, federal and Confederates, abolitionists and partisans of slavery, at the commencement of a struggle which has given rise to all those barbarous neologisms, cannot all at once lay down their arms. But what will war effect? Why make the gulf between them wider and wider? Is a return to peaceful discussion possible? Are the respective pretensions of the North and of the South of such a nature that they cannot be beneficially examined by the eminent men of the different States or by impartial mediators? Mediation, which certain journals have rejected as visionary, we still regard as the sole means, not only of putting an end to the internal discords of the great American Republic but also of preventing a war between England and the United States, which number am