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He makes the same appeal to this same sentiment that was made by George Third and his ministers nearly a century ago. Cassius Clay, the advocate of universal freedom, the radical Democrat, the Red Republican, signalizes his landing upon European soind!" To all which the Times quietly replies: "If any one doubts the force of this demonstration we are sorry for it, for Mr. Clay has no other to offer." Having exhausted statistics and cajolery, our newly-fledged diplomatist next employs a litt and main against the North. Without bringing out this plain view of the case, the Times contents itself with asking if Mr. Clay "is quite sure that his hundred millions will be members of the same Confederacy." Mr. Clay is too highly delightedions will be members of the same Confederacy." Mr. Clay is too highly delighted with himself not to be proud of his own letter; but we doubt if the shrewder head of Mr. Seward did not shake a little on seeing his new Russian Minister in print.