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dge. They deplored the commencement of this sanguinary struggle, and anxiously look forward to the period of its termination. In the meantime, they are convinced that they best consult the interests of peace and respect the rights of all parties by observing a strict and impartial neutrality. Such neutrality Her Majesty has faithfully maintained, and will continue to maintain. I request you, gentlemen, to except, etc., Russell. To J. Slidell, Esq., J. Mason, Esq., a Dudley Mann, Esq. The London Times fears that Earl Russell's letter will find no favor either with the North or South. First, he snubs the Confederates--they are only "so-called Confederate States," and have yet to establish their right to the appellation. This, too, is a compliment to the United States, but then follows a counter snub to the United States--they are the formerly "united republic."--But to say they were "formerly united" is to imply they are now "disunited, " and to acknowledge,