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e against us. We are not likely to forget it. A fact concerning the Alabama deserves to be stated. The American Consul at Liverpool seems to have made every effort to persuade the British authorities to prevent her from leaving port on a cruise which all men knew was to be piratical.--The Government at last consented to interfere, and the day after the Alabama had called issued an order restraining her from going to sea. Archbishop Hughes Fears a foreign War. Under date of November 1st, Archbishop Hughes has written a letter to Secretary Seward. He reiterates the stern views he has always held of the necessities of the times, and in the course of his letter speaks with a warning voice of the dangers of foreign intervention, cautioning the Government to be prepared for startling emergencies. He says: It is just one year and eight days since it was desired, by a telegraphic communication, that I should visit the city of Washington on public business. I obeyed the