From The France

Mr. Drouyn de Lhuys, minister of foreign affairs, wrote to the minister of the United States, on the same day when the news of the assassination reached Paris, a letter expressive of the liveliest sympathy and of the deepest grief.

Mr. Bigelow on his return to Brest, where he had been to be present at the inauguration of the railway, hastened to go in person and thank the minister for this demonstration, as cordial as it was spontaneous.