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ast power and unbounded resources of Great Britain, come of it what might. One of these States--South Carolina, said as much when she joined the Confederacy and all the others, if they did not say so, yet acted from the same motive. Southern troops were present in every important battle fought during the war in the Northern States. It was exactly the reverse when the war was transferred to Southern ground. Here the Yankee would not come. We had to fight it out ourselves, and we wonder Mr. Train did not mention this fact as illustrating Yankee love of England. That the embargo, the non-importation acts, and the war of 1812, were all "Southern institutions," is true enough. They were all passed in defence of the country's honor, and of that the Yankees had very little care. Nay, we find even the treachery of the Yankees held up as an object of admiration by Train, and truly they have much to be admired for on that head.--But, any right-thinking Englishman, now that the conflict