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Grantley Berkeley and the Times. The following outspoken letter we find in the London Morning Herald, of the 11th October. Although there are portions of it which do not bear very favorably upon Americans at large, the general scope of it, as referring to the relative positions of the North and South, at the present crisis, will be found sufficiently interesting, we think, to excuse the large quantity of space it occupies in our columns: Sir --It is curious to read the endeavored to be-nicely balanced articles put forth by the Times on the war now blustering — for no soul can call enraging — in the dis-United States, and to glean from those articles an evident desire, in the steerage of their overgrown ship, the starboard or port, the helm according to the leading breeze; or, in other words, to lurch the vessel on whichever side the tide of victory may run. At first the Times and its special correspondent, the veracious Mr. Russell, designated the Southerners — striki<