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ier, one of the most respectable as well as able journals in New England, and a paper which never has joined the hue and cry of the Northern demons against the South, has the following very sharp article on the stone blockade: "The criticism to which the plan of choking up the harbor of Charleston is subjected by the London Examiner, with which we perceive other foreign journals coincide, deserves much more than transient consideration. We may find the carrying out of this delenda est Carthago policy a much more serious cause of hostility, and even hatred towards us among all civilized nations, than any deviation from a doubtful principle of international law. We had supposed when we had glanced at the accounts of preparations for this expedient, and until quite recently, that it was only intended for a more effectual but still temporary blockade than could well be put in force by other means; but we did not imagine that the object was to change the very geography of nature in a