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on of the independence of the Confederate States. Nor is it from England alone that this kind of pressure will come. France is even more restive than England under the blockade. At breakfast, a few days since, a distinguished member of Parliament, who has been much in America, remarked with emphasis that he had formerly entertained a high opinion of "Judge Lynch," looking with much favor upon that species of impromptu jurisprudence known as "Lynch Law," but since it failed to hang Floyd, Cobb. and Thompson, of Buchanan's Cabinet, he had ignored and was disgusted with the system. Mr. Sanford, our Minister to Brussels, who is indefatigable in efforts to aid our Government, has purchased a cargo of arms, saltpetre, clothes, &c., and chartered the Melets, an iron steamer, which he dispatches from Antwerp on Sunday under the command of Capt. Eastman, of Maine, a thorough sailor and devoted Union man, of whose experience and daring the Government will do well to avail itself.