Further by the Norwegian.
Sir E. Bulwer Lytten
's opinion on American affairs — Russell
favors the Northern
idea — the Mexican Intervention
Farther Point, Oct. 8.
--In consequence to recent events in Japan
, the English
war vessels on the China station
had been ordered a Jeddo.
The steamer Great Eastern
was less seriously damaged than at first represented.
She will repair and resume her trips to New York.
Edward Bulwer Lytton
said at a dinner in Herefordshire that he had long foreseen the rupture in America
, but he thought it would lead to happy results, both for the safety of Europe
and the civilization of America
.--The breaking up of the American Republic
was not a failure of Democracy.
Any other form of government would have equally failed in keeping together the sections of a community so geographically vast and will interests so antagonistic to each other.
, in his last letter to the London Times
, says he has no doubt whatever of the ultimate power of the Northern
and Western States to subjugate the seceded States if they put forth all their strength.
The London Post
publishes a treaty between England
, and Spain
for an immediate intervention in the affairs of Mexico
There is no intention of waging territorial war, but a combined naval force of all the powers will occupy the principal ports on the Gulf
, sequestrate the customs revenue at such ports, retaining one-half and paying the rest to the Mexican Government
sets the allied powers at defiance, an effective blockade will be instantly established.