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likely will be the powers of Europe to attack us, and it will be far easier for us to settle our quarrel with the South. But if we continue to leave our frontiers and seaports exposed, in the face of their immense naval preparations, we only court danger and invite its appearance. The following are the comments of the Washington correspondent of the New York Herald on Secretary Seward's circular, which we take from that paper of the 18th: "The letter of Secretary Seward to Governor Morgan points, with great significance, to a contemplated war with England, if it was not for the fact that it has been sent to the Governors of all other States having seaboard to protect. Our defences on the lakes are only against England. There can be no harm in stating what is the fact, the letter is called forth by the late menacing position of England, France, and Stain, towards this country in its present trying hour, when the Government is struggling with foes within. Instead of rec
hern news.important circular from Secretary Seward--affairs down the Potomac — the War in Missouri, &c., &c. Through the kindness of a gentleman recently from the North, we have been placed in possession of the Baltimore Sun, of the 17th. The following embraces the most interesting news transpiring within the lines of the enemy: Important circular from Secretary reward relative to the defence of the Atlantic and Lake Coasts. The following important circular has been sent to Governor Morgan, and similar ones to the Governors of all the States on the seaboards and lakes at the North: Department of State, Washington, Oct. 14, 1861. To his Excellency the Governor of the State of New York. Sir: The present insurrection had not even revealed itself in arms when disloyal citizens hastened to foreign countries to invoke their intervention for the overthrow of the Government and the destruction of the Federal Union. These agents are known to have made their appeal