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outh, have accused her of it in every daily issue, and have been endorsed by the evident convictions of their own Government, which has appropriated seven millions of dollars for the fortification of the Northern seaboard. So that it cannot be said that the Southern leaders held out unreasonable expectations to the Southern people, for these expectations were as widely spread in the North as the South. But they seem to have been doomed to disappointment. The North has managed to convince England that she can get the cotton without breaking the blockade, and England has been credulous enough to swallow that story. Another reason, besides her diversified and self evident interests, gave rise to the belief that Great Britain would recognize Southern independence. It was, that, beyond all dispute, English anti-slavery influence has been brought to bear for nearly thirty years upon the domestic institutions of the Southern States in such a manner as to leave no doubt in reflecting