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re completed by the evidences of what they must be when they shall have been destroyed. Before the republic has finished its temples the worship of the deities to whom they are erected is assailed by terrible heresies. The capitol can never see within its dome the Senators and deputies of the Union, of which it seems no inapt type in its aspiring incompleteness. Can any even of the powers most menaced and affronted by the republic rejoice in its researches among the fragments? Certainly England has not by a word or deed within her borders exhibited trace of the passions attributed to her by many bitter enemies Great Britain. The reports industriously circulated in some American journals that Great Britain has demanded or solicited the establishment of a free port for the exit of cotton are untrue There is no foundation whatever for such statements, which are prepared by the same people who originate the stories of Admiral Milne's dispatches and views in reference to the b