The British Government on a New Tack.
The intelligence from Europe
which we published yesterday contains some curious, not to say startling, announcements.
It seems that the British Government
has entirely changed its tactics with regard to this country, and that it has concluded to concede to us our interpretation of the Monroe
doctrine, even to the surrender of Canada
and her West India
possessions, and allowing, without grumbling, the absorption of Mexico
by the United States
if the people desire it. The British journals have also changed their tone, and are suddenly and wonderfully friendly to this country, while their correspondents in the French
capital are equally complaisant towards us when referring to the Mexican
question.-- New York Herald.