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ave been so many cases of peoples and nations establishing an actual independence, and compelling the recognition of the world, that all we have to do is what we have done before, up to the very last year. This is now a simple matter of precedent. Our statesmen and lawyers know quite as much on the subject as Messrs. Mason and Slidell, and are in no need of their information or advice. Bright horse for the South Dawning — the recognition of the South. The London Herald, of the 7th January, contains the following unanswerable arguments in favor of Southern recognition: We do not desire, by any attempt at persuasion on our part, to hurry this Government and people into a precipitate resolution on so momentous a matter. But the question that lies before us, and one that presses for a speedy answer, is, whether it be right or not that we should, without delay, recognize the independence of the Southern Confederacy? We say without delay. That sooner or later it will hav