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The United States and Japan. --War has broken out between Yankee Doodle and Japan. We were prepared for it, by a review which we read a few weeks ago of a narrative of his sojourn at Jeddo, written by the English Ambassador there, who said that the authorities had ordered all foreigners to quit the island, and had murdered many of them. The same writer says that the potentate who signed the treaty with Commodore Perry was put to death, and that the aristocracy, who much resemble the barons of the fundal system in the middle ages of Europe, both with respect to the independence of their power and their relations to the crown, had all determined that none of the treaties made with the powers of Christendom should be carried into effect. Of course France, England, and Russia, as well as Yankee Doodle, will be down upon the unfortunate Asiatics, and we shall see a repetition of the crimes which made India an Aceldama and deluged China with blood. This is the hardest case tha