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Letter from Paris. important debate in the legislative Chamber on the Mexican question. [Correspondence of the Baltimore American.] Paris, Tuesday, March 18, 1862. The French Government has suddenly determined to send still another reinforcement to the army in Mexico. The port of Tonton again resounds with the busy note of preparation. On Saturday last the commander of the steam-frigate Seine, which was about to carry two regiments to received orders to land everything on board, and to be ready in six days to leave for Mexico with 300 men, 120 horses, and a thousand tons of war material. Several large vessels are under orders for the same designation, and the general belief is that a second full brigade (,800) is to be sent out immediately. Meantime the legislative discussion on paragraph 6th of the address throws some light on the intentions of the French in Mexico — I should have given in my letter of Friday a summary of the debate in question, but f