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f the English or the French Government, or of both combined, imperative; and if the occasion arises, we believe neither Government will be found to hesitate in the course it should adopt. Another view of the blockade.[from the London Herald, Derby organ.] If it can be made out that any blockade is inefficient, not a single prise can be condemned; but it suits the purpose of the Federal Government to make captures, although the ships must ultimately be released. This policy, however. ted States loan on the Stock Exchange They affect to dreed that, should the Federal Government and the Jeff Davis Confederate leaders become reconciled, a general repudiation of foreign debts will immediately ensue. [from the London Herald. Derby organ.] Not the slightest encouragement should be given to the negotiation of an American loan in this market, and although endeavors may be made to raise the money, it is not believed they will be successful The losses incurred from State an