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World remarks: The demands actually made by the Minister of Spain in connection with the affair of the Blanche are believed to be fully supported by the representatives of England and of France, and it will need all the tact and skill of Mr. Seward to steer the vessel of state successfully through the present imbroglio. All that is now known here in regard to the actual condition of affairs gives a peculiar significance to the stress laid by the exponents of English opinion in the lantatives of other European powers in any course collectively adopted by them. An Associated Press dispatch from Washington says: Much curiosity is manifested to ascertain the purport of the recent interview between Lord Lyons and Secretary Seward. The desire is not at present likely to be gratified, but enough is known to warrant the statement that nothing whatever of an official character has been received from England or any other European power indicating an intention to interfer