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equal to that of the Yankee general, a threat from his lips was not calculated to make Englishmen laugh. Nevertheless, even he never carried through that little enterprise; no hostile footstep profaned the soil of perfidious Albion, and Napoleon never reached any portion of her territories except St. Helena. And does Sherman think, because he has run through the State of Georgia, retreating in good order from Atlanta to Savannah, with not even "Major Jones" to dispute his progress, nor "Simon Suggs" to harass his rear, that he is going to pitch his tent in Hyde Park? We are no great admirers of English policy, but English power is another and different matter. We may not admire the rapacity and sanguinary appetites of the King of Beasts, but, for all that, should not be anxious to provoke him to a trial of muscle. An empire which confronted Europe half a century ago with a fleet of a thousand ships (not old merchantmen converted into gunboats, but genuine men-of-war, manned b