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sius that keeps Kentucky in the Yankee Union. Cassius figured in Washington city awhile as an aid oices announce his arrival in London en route. Cassius hastened, of course, to let Europe know of hiican war. The Times takes the measure of Cassius at once. In half the space allotted to his lle episodes of the American controversy. Cassius appeals to the monarchical sentiment of Europionalities. "What are we fighting for!" asks Cassius in the Times; and he answers--"The Secession pounces upon this last assertion and murders Cassius. Liberty, indeed! We cannot understand, sayscan be called the champions of liberty." Cassius undertakes to prove that the North will certa894 whites, while the "Union" has 20,000,000. Cassius thinks the demonstration complete here, withoands off. Though a quasi-religious personage, Cassius forgets the warning vouchsafed by Scripture the swift, nor the battle to the strong." Cassius then proceeds to inform un-inquiring England [1 more...]