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when we found America selling to our enemy the chief materials by which he carried on the war. But what did Mr. President Pierce answer? He showed us at once how wrong we were. He professed the purest neutral policy, and he thus lucidly defined thaongress will be found in the Times, of the 15th of January, 1856. "In pursuance of this policy," said Mr. President Pierce, "the laws of the United States do not forbid their citizens to sell to either of the belligerent Powers articles contrabever, is perfectly sound, and therefore it is that we sell unarmed ships to all the world, "regardless," as Mr. President Pierce so aptly says, "of the destination of those articles." The New York Chamber of Commerce had better send Capt. Wilkes aftegested the name of this terrible cruiser; but we know our duties as neutrals, and we sit as disciples at the feet of President Pierce. The case of the "Blanche." [From the London Sun.] What the proud Spanish people will say to their Queen's r