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dle with — that they have ceased to be formidable. Certainly none that Great Britain can devise will make Austria and Prussia relax their grip upon the throat of Denmark. Will she send troops upon the continent? The English troops are brave — none more so — but where they are to be had in sufficient quantities to furnish anything like an adequate support to Denmark in her present desperate strait we do not see. As for her old expedient of a blockade, that is not to be thought of. The only party she could injure by it would be her own subjects. The nations of the continent are connected by a system of railroads spreading out in all directions, like the wehe ports of France, Holland, and Belgium, and thence by rail to all parts of Europe. The fact is, we do not believe that England can now be of any service to Denmark, by means at least of her fleet. The villainy of this whole Danish business — and there has been villainy enough in it — consists in her having tempted Denmar