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The London Times on the war.[from London Times, may 1, per great Eastern.] Indignation at the attack on Fort Sumter seems to be the prevailing feeling throughout the Northern States. Mankind will always be more moved by the sound of actual warfare than by the violation of rights or the abandonment of compacts. The Southern States may have torn the Constitution of the Union to pieces, but the patience of the North was not worn out until shot and shell had been poured into a Federal Fortress and a Federal officer had been led a prisoner through the rebellious city of Charleston. Now, however, there can be no doubt of the excitement all through the North. How long it may last, and whether it will survive a calm examination of the coming campaign, are other questions. For the present, there is an earnest desire in the Northern States to avenge the capture of Fort Sumter. The President's appeal has been responded to in every quarter. The feeling in New York city was so strong a
nt of international law by collecting dues from foreign ships before breaking bulk, the law officers of the Crown said that so much depended on circumstances that no definite instructions had been sent to British cruisers on the American coast. He believed that the collection of duties as proposed would be impracticable. Relative to the blockade, he said it could only be recognized when effective. Regarding letters of marque issued by the Southern Confederacy, the Government were of opinion that the Southern Confederacy must be recognized as belligerents. Insurances were being effected in London on California gold in transit from Panama to London, the consignments being diverted from New York. The London Times, of Tuesday, May 1st. says the present course of American events, so far from being likely to embarrass the London money market, would be likely to have an opposite result. The commercial advices represent the Liverpool cotton market firm. Consols 91┬ża91 7/8.