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England and the North. The reported determination of the English Admiral off the American coast to break the blockade is giving special uneasiness, as well it may, in those Northern cities which have sought to take away our liberties for the benefit of their commerce. That such an interposition by England will take place, sooner or later, is what they feel to their heart's core. The extraordinary exasperation manifested towards Great Britain by the Northern press finds its solution, not in anything she has done, but in what with good reason, they apprehend she will do. In declaring her perfect neutrality between the two sections, and even in acknowledging the South as a belligerent, whilst, as yet, she has accorded us in relation to prizes taken by our privateers, none of the rights of a belligerent nation, she has given no just cause for that outburst of indignation which has issued from the whole Northern press. The real motive of all this outcry is that the shrewd, com