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mysteries of diplomacy, it seemed to be a letter intended, while expressing the autocrat's regard and friendship for all America, to announce his entire neutrality in the war of the sections; to assign to his American minister his position in respect to the belligerents, and to announce to the Washington Government the policy he would pursue in respect to either side. Other European Governments had taken means to announce their neutrality;--Spain by the proclamation of her Captain-General in Cuba; Great Britain by the declarations of her ministers in Parliament; and France, by her official organ, and her proclaimed concurrence in the policy of Great Britain and Spain. The letter of the Czar in its language purported to be nothing more than a similar declaration on his part; in which, while announcing his policy of strict neutrality, and while carefully declining to express an opinion upon the issues of the sectional quarrel, he embraced the occasion to remind our country of the long