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mencement of this struggle? Did the Yankee nation, for one moment, suppose that England was going to assist them in subduing the South? Were they not aware that England know, as well as any man in Yankeedom, from what quarter came all those producer which formed the basis of her enormous trade with America? Did they not know that England has been for years endeavoring to break the shackles which Yankeedom imposed upon this commerce, and that she had never succeeded? Did they suppose that. England would assist them to subdue us, merely that she might be enabled to receive her supplies only through Yankee ports, with all the additional cost incurred by transportation to those ports? Did they presume that England was desirous to remain forever debarred from all participation in the enormous coasting trade, to which, by the independence of these States she would have access on the same terms with Yankeedom themselves? Did they suppose that England was altogether insensible to the v
s dearer than our lives are being wrest from us. The pillars of the noble edifice which our fathers dedicated to constitutional liberty are tottering to their foundations, and the fire which has ever burned so brightly on the altar which they consecrated to freedom is now out a dim and flickering spark. Miscellaneous. Daniel L. Louber, of New Orleans, was arrested at Crestline, Ohio, on the night of the 23d, by Federal agents, and acknowledged himself the bearer of dispatches from England to President Davis. The dispatches are in his trunk, seized a few days since at New York. The officers have left with their prisoner for Washington. The following officers of the U. S. frigate Congress, at Boston, have resigned: Captain of Marines Fausett, of Virginia; Second Lieutenant Wilson, of Missouri; Midshipmen Claiborne and Cass, of New Orleans. A dispatch from Philadelphia announces the arrest there of William S. Johnston, a nephew of the Confederate General of that nam