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to lurch the vessel on whichever side the tide of victory may run. At first the Times and its special correspondent, the veracious Mr. Russell, designated the Southerners — striking for a portion of that liberty so boasted of by Messrs Cobden and Bright which, if there was any liberty at all, was justly their due.--as rebels, and dated their war to be of but a twelve month duration. The North, as one man, was to rise, and to go forth, to see and to conquer; in stead of doing so, however, they h an ungovernable mob, combined with the absence from the political offices of the country, of the educated, well born, and wealth- possessing men, are rain to any State or State; and from a combination of the evils advocated by Messrs. Cobden and Bright, their boasted pattern has fallen to pieces, the reiving hands none other than those of Columbia's training. The Times, in is leading article of the 7th October, on "The events of the American war," contrasts the American volunteers system