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grave diplomatic blunder, which may involve fearful consequences during the recess, has very likely more to do with Lord John Russell's retirement from the House of Commons than is generally supposed. Lord John Russell has not been a match for the Lord John Russell has not been a match for the wily Western lawyer into whose hands the destinies of the United States have fallen, and he has, in plain English, been shamefully overreached. With a stoppage of the American supply of cotton, Manchester, from sheer necessity, must fall to pie £100,000. This extraordinary system of credit which has grown up between the cotton States and Manchester is what Lord John Russell and others have overlooked; and when the usual supply of American cotton and credit fails, Manchester, we fear, wilave averted such alternatives, and perhaps checked the progress of the civil war; but now we must trust to chance. Lord John Russell's American policy must now bear its fruits, and a cessation of the war, or the intervention of other Powers, seem a
A Bad Habit. --In one of his recent letters from Washington to the London Times, Mr. Russell remarks that "some soldiers have a bad habit of begging money for whiskey."
A supposed spy. Alexandria, July 16. --Alexander M Flowers, who was arrested on the 8th of August, while making his way outside of our lines, on the charge of being a spy, had a hearing to-day before the Provost Marshal, after which he was sent to Washington. He was formerly a clerk in the Census Bureau, but was discharged on the 5th inst. On the 7th he wrote a letter to Mr Russell, to whom he owed board, stating that he was going to Richmond. On the next day he was arrested.