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In a brief commentary upon the whole, the London News, remarks: The bare description of these Blue Books enables the reader to form some idea of the constant danger of ignition which the American civil war has brought as near to ourselves as a neutral State as if no broad Atlantic lay between us and the burning house beyond. Earl Derby on recognition. We get the following from the New York Herald of the 26th February: In the House of Lords on the 7th instant the Earl of Derby said he was not much in the habit of occupying the time of their lordships with matters personal to himself, or with making observations in reference to the reports of his speeches or those of other noble lords in that house. The fact was he very seldom read the reports either of his own speeches or of other speeches which he heard in the house. But he happened to look to the report in the Times newspaper of what he addressed to their lordships yesterday, and there was one point in it to w