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Foreign intelligence. AMERICA. f Week the Africa has brought New York papers *2 *he 19th of January and telegraphic news by way 'Halifax to tne 21st. The Federal appear to be stirring with new expeditions. General Giimore had s°ne to Hilton Head to organise a force, with which jj18 supposed he intends to cut the railroad between °avannah and Charleston. This would be an attack QPon the latter city from a new direction, and, if seriously majCj will render necessary all the strength •hat the Confederates can put forth to protect the long ~e8ieged place. They appear to have made the harbour stronger than ever. The Federals are reported to nave ^ded at Morehead City, North Carolina. am journals of that State continue to urge peace wi f^orth, and there is beyond doubt a strong Un existing. Longstreet, at last accounts, 0 he advancing upon Knoxville. Another attempt by the Confederates to releasethe If «mers in Fort Johnson is stated to h^e been planned but the Federal Government will doubtless J* able to meet and defeat it. Me«»time every effort 18 being made to commence the spring campaign with renewed vigour. Many of the Federal regiments whose tune of service had expired bave re-enlisted, and a York paper says that with fine weather two large armies will move upon Richmond—one by way of the Rappahannock, the other along the peninsula. The diplomatic correspondence had been laid before Congress, at Washington. The most interesting part, so far as this country is concerned, is that relating to the building of war ships for the Confederates in this country. The result appears to have been satisfactory alike to this Government and to the Government of the United States. With regard to France, M. Drouyn de 1'Huya bad urged the recognition of Mexico as a monarchy by the Washington Government. Mr. Seward had firmly declined and while avowing that the United States would adhere to a policy of non- intervention, he expresses a belief that the establish- ment of a monarchical Government will be found neither desirable nor easy.

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