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tish Cabinet to endeavor to induce the Federal Government, in the cause of humanity, to remove the blockade. Considering the bold stand made by the Confederates, and the strength of the South, he thought it almost time that the Governments of England and France thought of recognizing the independence of so numerous a body of people" It is in consequence of these facts, and the warlike preparations of England in sending a large naval force to our seaboard, and continual reinforcements to Canada, at the same time that our arms have as yet done little or nothing to redeem the defeat of Manassas, but, on the contrary, have suffered further reverses in Missouri, that the public mind became affected, and was just in a condition to be excited by the letter of Mr. Seward; it is under these circumstances that Mr. Seward calls upon the Governors of the loyal States to take measures to fortify the Northern frontier, and every vulnerable point on our coast. Now, we think this is sound ad