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er belligerent, the New York Herald publishes a statement of declarations which have been made since the commencement of hostilities, by different foreign powers, in relation to the attitude of the States toward each other, which, in its opinion, virtually prejudges the whole question at issue between North and South. England led off, in the proclamation, last May, of Queen Victoria, acknowledging the right of "Southern traitors and rebels" to be considered "belligerent." France followed in June, which a declaration of neutrality and an imperial decree against privateering. Prussia, at the same time, took the opportunity of urging the United States to accede to the treaty of the Even the letter of Prince Gortchakoff written in July, is conceded by the Herald to the patronizing this country generally, and in greeting our statement how and when they should bring the civil war to a close." Thus it will be seen that even the Russian manifesto, about which that spavined old rheteaci