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h a distribution of power among others as will prevent the undue preponderance of any one. We must prevent the North from acquiring colonial possessions in the West Indies, Mexico, or in South America, which will be her obvious interest as soon as she is cut off from the products of the South. We would rather see Mexico in the poto present a combined bulwark against modern fanaticism which will effectually arrest its farther progress. The colonies of England at the North and in the West Indies, which will all derive vast benefit from their enlarged commercial relations with the Southern Confederacy, will be another and important element in the balanceated to improvement by rivalry, and compelled to study and practice all those arts which are essential to national independence. There is one island in the West Indies worth all the rest put together — the garden of the New World--the island of Hayti. In beauty and fertility, it is a Paradise. No other island, no other spot
rhaul her. Considerable of her upper works are rotten; and some of her planking is in the same condition. The crew of the United States steamer Mystic were paid off at the Navy-Yard on Saturday. The schooner San Juan, which was captured off Hatteras Inlet on the 28th of September, by the U. S. frigate Susquehanna, arrived on Friday night, in charge of prize master Wm. U. Grozier. The schooner is about 130 tons burthen and is loaded chiefly with salt. She was from one of the West India Islands, and was bound to Elizabeth, N. C. Her owner is of that State. Additional from California. Pacific Springs, Oct. 12. --The pony express, going east, passed here this morning. Gen. Sumner has issued his proclamation, ordering the manning of the forts in the department of California, by volunteers, and concentrating the regulars at convenient points for their embarkation for Panama.--Lieutenant Colonel Merchant will detail four companies, of twenty men each, from his