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Unless England consent to forego all claims to manhood or national honor, she must resent this seizure, and, if the South be disposed to accept her co-operation, the successors of Washington must be prepared to encounter hazards more dangerous than have ever menaced the Western Republic. United, the States of America might defy the world; but while they are divided, the interposition of a powerful arbiter must rule then destinies. The navy of England, issuing from the ports of Halifax, St. Johns, Bermuda, and of the West Indies, and co-operation with a land force which appears to be little short of half a million of men, will not only raise the blockade of every Southern port, but will sweep the American coast from New Brunswick to the Potomac, burning every town and city which lies within reach of the formidable projectiles of modern artillery, and capturing every commercial vessel that may venture to quit the protection of a Federal fortress. As for Canada, the modern state