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is Southern writer the grapes of European intervention are scar, but, whatever may be his motive, he has uttered good sense on this great question. An armed interference in the quarrel would be a fatal mistake for any European Power. When the South has expected the enemy from its soil it may be entitled to act for recognition; but its frontiers must be both icon and kept by us own exertions. A demand for foreign interference.--the blockade ought to be raised. [From the London Herald, (Derby organ,) Sept. 16.] There is a degree of Inhumanely in the attitude on this question assumed by the European Powers which seems to us to call for the sternest censure. We are standing with folded arms and a placid expression on our faces, while America is being made in desert, and Americans, most valiantly, are hacking one another to pieces. Will it advantage us at all that the spirit of the country should be broken, a whole generation of young men slain or maimed in the cruelest of unj