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uth of the Queen by the prospect of an abundant supply of the raw material through Mexico. Oh! the cunning little lease. We cannot doubt that our Congress will put an end at once to all hopes from that quarter. He anything with the cotton — throw it in the sea, bury it in the earth, burn it, pick it to pieces and scatter it to the four winds of heaven — but do not let John Bull have one ounce of it, unless he gets it through the Confederate ports. We shall soon see whether Lord Palmerston will dare to advise persistence in a policy which must, of necessity, create a revolution in Great Britain; which may cost the family of Gueler their throne; which must produce a financial crisis that will shake the Eastern Continent from London to Pekin like an earthquake. We care not what course the Queen of Great Britain may see fit to pursue. If she can do without us, we can do without her. Let her be neutral. if she chooses. If she does not want our cotton, we will not force it on he