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North can easily subjugate the South if she puts forth her strength. Mr. Russell's letters from the United States thus far have not been of a character to give weight to his opinions on any subject connected with American affairs. He is a superficial observer, and has not the faintest comprehension of men and things on this continent. His bitter prejudices against the South were sufficiently shown in one or two of his letters written not long before the battle of the 21st of July, and his disposition to decry and ridicule the North in several letters written soon after that date. In his letter describing that battle, he was evidently of opinion that the prospect of the North for over running the South was rather blue, and we shall not be surprised a month house to hear that he has fallen back to his former portion.
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