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If it be argued that by recognizing the Southern States we shall weaken the hands of the North and assist to bring to an end this war of sections we answer that this is the very reason why we most wish that the step should be taken. It is in the interest of humanity that we desire that this war which is only kept up by the blind obstinacy of the North should be brought to as speedy a close as may be. What Inducements the South Offers to England. If right and justice is ignored, John Bull will hardly resist an appeal to his pockets so alluringly set forth in the following extracts from the London Herald, of the 10th ultimo: It is believed that the plenipotentiaries of the Confederate States now in London are prepared to conclude with this country a treaty of commerce and navigation of the most liberal and comprehensive character, which would concede to us advantages such as we can never hope to obtain from the protectionist Northern States. Not only would British mer