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er and dishonor of men and women of Alabama took place. These scenes are said to have suggested the name of this terrible cruiser; but we know our duties as neutrals, and we sit as disciples at the feet of President Pierce. The case of the "Blanche." [From the London Sun.] What the proud Spanish people will say to their Queen's representative having his face slapped on board the British ship he had taken under his care, by a Yankee subordinate, we may, well imagine. A Spanish frigate made or proposed to be made, will be affected by the question whether the property destroyed was insured against war risk or not. A risk insured against is simply transferred and distributed. Otherwise it is unaffected. The burning of the "Blanche." [Translated from the Diario de la Marina. We have seen correspondence direct from Washington, dated the 26th of last month, which confirms what we yesterday stated relative to a satisfactory settlement of the question which has arisen betw