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the Bourse. The Journal de St. Petersburg, the organ of the Russian Empire, congratulates Mr. Seward on his "upright" and "intelligent" policy in the case, and states that the affair will form a starting point for a general revision of the law of neutrals. The Russian journalist demands that England should be requested to give a solemn guarantee that she will in future respect neutrals and neutral rights. The Europa has not brought out any troops or war material, and it was said that England would not forward any more to Canada by the Cunard mail steamer. The movement of troops for North America had not abated, however, but it was very likely it soon would, as the London papers were beginning to count up the cost of the display; and the London Times has just informed John Bull that, so far, he has spent two millions of pounds sterling--ten millions of dollars — at the very least, in exhibiting his power to retain the colony, if assailed. A Cabinet council which was summon
gy, great ability, it has no sort of sensibility, no sense of justice, no character for consistancy, sincerity, or fair dealing. In cold shoulder to the South to-day is no guarantee that it will not be its warm defender to-morrow. The Times will in the ensuing months give us, no doubt, a vast deal of exquisite satire upon Jonathan, and not a little editorial propitiation of the South; but the letter we will take with a grain of salt. We shall see in good time where the English public and where the English Parliament will stand. We know how the British interacts should incline them, and in that way, were there no other influences, they will go. But there are considerations of humanity and civilization forced upon them by the barbarians of the Northern people. These will co-operate with the appeals of interest, and we shall see in good time that England will not be an idle spectator of the events in this country. She will act, and she will act with the concurrence of France.
$100 Reward. --Ranaway from the subscriber my boy Henry, for whose apprehension and delivery to E. H. Stokes, of this place, or for his confinement in any jail, so that I get him again, I will pay the above reward. Henry is about 23 years old, black, about five feet three inches high, and has rather a down look when spoken to. Had on when he left black coat and pants, and black felt hat. He has been seen near Bristol, on the Manassas Gap Railroad, and near Cub Run Bridge. He may be lurking around Dumfries or Richmond. T. D. Carter, ja 23--1m* for Dr. England.