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New York feeling towards the English and French.

--The New York Herald says there is a decided feeling there against the English and French nations:

‘ This feeling was demonstrated at the Russian banquet on Monday. The English Admiral Milne sailed away with his squadron without replying to the invitation to the banquet. The French Admiral Reynard sent a polite note of regret on account of previous engagements. Every one of the speakers had something to say in condemnation of the bogus neutrality of England and the anti-American schemes of France. All such sentiments were warmly and emphatically applauded and endorsed. The unanimity of the assemblage in regard to this subject was remarkable.

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