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The London Times says that the United States, if re-united, will certainly go to war with England, if they can; "but both North and South are exhausted, and are not likely to find success easy by turning against a new foe, with untouched strength and resources." This is cool and comfortable. It is a pleasant and satisfactory way of putting the case from an English point of view. We admire the sagacity of John Bull more and more every day. He is so "dreadful smart" that we are really sorry we ever parted company with him in '76. A Government that knows so well how to take care of itself, might have taken care of its colonies a good deal better than they have taken care of themselves. A few years ago, and we were growing at such a tremendous rate that we bade fair to push Mr. John Bull from this planet. With what unfathomable climbing and inexhaustible perseverance he got as into a fight with each other, and with what inimitable adroitness has he helped each to cut the othe
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It is a pleasant and satisfactory way of putting the case from an English point of view. We admire the sagacity of John Bull more and more every day. He is so "dreadful smart" that we are really sorry we ever parted company with him in '76. A Government that knows so well how to take care of itself, might have taken care of its colonies a good deal better than they have taken care of themselves. A few years ago, and we were growing at such a tremendous rate that we bade fair to push Mr. John Bull from this planet. With what unfathomable climbing and inexhaustible perseverance he got as into a fight with each other, and with what inimitable adroitness has he helped each to cut the other's throat, maintaining himself all the while a most rigid neutrality. "Oh, it's a dreadful business, young gentlemen, an awful business," quoth old John, standing behind his counter, and rubbing his eyes with one hand and taking down revolvers and bowie knives with the other, to sell to the two bel