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a moment, should keep the above points in mind. The doubts thrown out as to the verity of statements of the London Times, to the effect that our Government has given its consent to the object of the Anglo- French-Spanish expedition against Mexico, are well founded.--Both the Federal and the Confederate authorities must look with alarm to what will probably turn out to be a violation of the Monroe doctrine; and Mr. Lincoln's administration in particular cannot occupy the position attributed to it, if it be true that Mexico has authorized the passage of our troops over her territory for war purposes. A gentleman of this city, who has just returned from an extended visit in the heart of Continental Europe, says that our Government and people suffer in the public judgment, because they get their cue about our affairs almost entirely from the London Times. Though the extraordinary statements of Mr. Russell's first letter-concerning the battle of Bull Run were subsequently softe