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Foreign Complications. The tenor of our news this morning indicates that Northern apprehensions of trouble with England have not ceased with the surrender of Messrs. Mason and Slidell. It is to be hoped, however, that the people of the Confederacy will indulge in no anticipations of assistance from European powers. A firm self-reliance is all that is necessary on one part; and if England chooses to break the blockade, which she is unquestionably desirous of doing, the Yankees will soon rush for to their own destruction.