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Diplomatic movement.Yankee speculations on the visit of Count Mercier to Richmond. The Northern letter-writers are much exercised respecting the recent visit of the French Minister to Richmond. The Washington correspondent of a New York paper speculates as follows: Washington, April 25, 1862. Lord Lyons has not gone to Richmond, but it is understood that a representative of the British authorities has gone there, and also both the Swedish and Danish Ministers. These vis
During the past week, for the first time for several months, well-known secessionists here had a grand convivial gathering.
I was a celebration of the visit of the French Minister to Richmond.
It is, however, untrue that Compte Mercier, while in the rebel capital, held any official communication with any other person except the French Consul.
His intercourse with prominent rebel leaders, with whom he had former acquaintance, was altogether unofficial, and did not justify t