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r as England was concerned, did the public endorse. It turns out, however, that Mr. Floyd, with his accustomed sagacity, was right, and the rest of us all wrong. Whilst we have repeatedly warned the community against manifesting any dependence on foreign support, we have never entertained the shadow of a doubt that their interests would ultimately compel both England and France to break the blockade. If the counsels of France had been followed, it would have been broken before this time Mr. Massey, an influential member of Parliament, lately stated that the Emperor of the French had repeatedly urged the British Government to that course, but his recommendations had all been declined. "Behold with how little wisdom the world is governed," and never was that truth more strikingly illustrated than in the stupid and stolid indifference of the British Government to the fates of the South and of its own manufacturing population. We need not recapitulate here the ten thousand interes