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copious extracts from which we give below, that it is supposed the circular is to counteract any influence that our Commissioners, Messrs. Mason and Slidell, may exert in Europe, should they safely arrive there. The New York Express, however, sees nothing in it but a preparation reasonably called for by the menacing attitude of England, and says: Mr. Seward's admonition to England, and other powers, for we presume from its publication, it is rather an admonition than an address to Gov. Morgan, is well, very well; but we must not consent ourselves in receiving it only as a foreign admonition, but prepare for it here at home, in fortifying and arming. The whole militia system of this State should be remodeled the moment the Legislature assembles. Every man in the State, from 18 to 45, should be brought under arms, for we know not what day the British red coats in Canada may be pitched in upon us. But there are offensive steps to be taken as well as defensive. Our reciprocally