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China. The December number of Blackwood's Magazine contains a history of the several embassies that have been sent to Great Britain by China. In the course of that article, the writer lets fale nave Chinese, expelling the Tartar dynasty, and of replacing it by one which shall be genuine Chinese. In the few paragraphs which the writer in question devotes to this part of his subject, he foreshadows for China a fate identical with that of the mighty Empire of Awrungzebe. When the restless ambition of Dupleix induced him, one hundred and twenty years ago, to found an European Govert by the expulsion of the Tartar Dynasty whose rule is said to be abhorred by every native-born Chinese — he is to be acknowledged by the English--all treaties are to be made with him — and the Engling the real, they will become the avowed rulers of the country. Will this be the better for China? We acknowledge we entertain very strong doubts. We are accustomed to regard as pride, in barb