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beyond a doubt that this Government is bent upon the recognition of the South. It has within the last two weeks repeatedly urged this course upon England, and man succeed in persuading the Palmerton Cabinet to meet its views. The Washington Government must arm at once, coast defences must be attended to, and, above all, a strong, efficient navy be at once equipped. As a sign of the times, I may mention that a broskurs, entitled "The Recognition of the South," will appear to-morrow at Denton's, the publisher of Governmental pamphlets, and that this new brochures is ostensibly the work of M. Grandguillot, editor of the Pays, but is in reality the work of some Government scribe, and is fathered by Grandruiliot as a well recognized servant of Persigny's administration. Of course the brochure is but a straw to see which way the popular breexe blows. If it is successful, so much the better, if not, no more will be said. It will have been ascertained that the public is unfavorable