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rt not of bravery but of madness. An English opinion of a slaveholding nation. [From the London News, (Abolition.) Sept. 17.] The friends of secession in this country are justified in celebrating the military exploits of the Southern army. pinion of the cotton Districts on recognition of the South--a strong Voice from Liverpool. [From the Liverpool Courier, Sept. 17.] The sum and substance of the startling intelligence brought by the Europa is included in a few brief words--"The rt the fate of the Union. The Retreat to Washington--English views of a Rising in Maryland. [From the London Times, Sept. 17.] These operations, now distinctly presented to our view, reflect high credit on the Confederate arms, and show the iossibly relieve us from our suspense. The "Inkling" of peace in Liverpool. [From the London Times, (city article,) Sept. 17.] The last accounts from America have created a strong impression among many of the cotton operators at Liverpo