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wrence, and in general putting its affairs in the Canada upon a thorough war footing. What could have been more natural than this after the hectoring speeches of Seward, the Yankee Secretary of State, on the subject of annexing the Canada. What more excusable than this policy after the violent manifestations of unprovoked ill-teess, however, that we do not believe the military preparations of the British Government in Canada have been undertaken with any reference to the giddy twaddle of Seward, or to the course billingsgate of the Yankee press- gang. That Government, as well as the world in general, has long ago learned how little heed is to be bestowed upon the Trays, Blanches, and Sweethearts of the Yankee kennel, upon the gasconade of such demagogues as Seward, or the noisy bayings of such cowardly dogs as Bennett and Greeley. The military measures taken in Canada have had very little prompting from this vulgar Yankee hue and cry. The real motive to this energetic prepa