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have but meagre abstracts of the criticisms of the English press alone; but enough appears to make it sufficiently evident that the intervention croakers will be disappointed in their expectations; while it is equally manifest that the Richmond usurpers, who took care to dispatch theirversion of the battles, illuminated with glowing accounts of the "glorious victory," and who doubtless, in prophetic vision, saw the doors of Downing street open to welcome their half starved Commissioners of Half Moon streel, are doomed to another fit of that heart-sickness which deferred hope bringeth. What is really notable in the criticisms of the London press on the battles in front of Richmond is (bat, while there is not a whisper of intervention, the seven days action is construed as a defeat to the National cause. Even our staunch friend, the London News which has always taken the most enlightened and liberal view of the campaign, characterizes the late action as "a serious reverse to the Feder