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e Herald says great fears are expressed that, unless the Federal armies advance and obtain a series of decisive victories within sixty or ninety days, the European Governments will break up the blockade, which would lead to a double war of the greatest magnitude. In view of the threatening aspect of affairs in Europe, the Northern papers advise the Governors of the different States to call out a quarter million of men for home defence. It is asserted that the proposed mission of Bishop Ames and Hamilton Fish to the South is one of pure charity, and in no way connected with politics. Cotton at New York is unsettled at 32--Exchange on London is 113½. The Government has experienced great disappointment at the unfitness of the vessels lately purchased to swell the fleet of Burnside's great failure. The fact is attracting great attention among the people, and loud complaints are heard. The Herald says, this Burnside matter must be sifted. It is confident there is rot