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nity of ascertaining it, confidently asserts. They want the war to go on. It would grieve them, above all other things, did they believe it was in a fair way to stop. They love to hear of Confederate victories, because they detest the Yankees, and love to see their presumption rebuked. But they would not be rejoiced to hear of a victory which should destroy the Yankee army, and render our independence a thing of absolute certainty. That we have not overrated the prosperity of the British Isles, will appear from the following extract taken from the London Mail, of April 1st. Observe how the writer exults in the calamities of other people: "Again the Revenue tells the welcome late of increasing prosperity amid all the troubles which darken the lands around us. There is scarce a day that an Englishman of ordinary feeling is not grieved by the news of fresh catamities which ambition or sectional hatreds are bringing on the world; and week after week shows some of our neigh