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Poland. We had never expected to witness in our day a rekindling of the fires in the aches of subjugated Poland. It is not yet too late for Western Europe to retrieve the blunder by which the permitted this outpost of her own civilization to overrun by Russian barbarians. But we have no hope of any such interposition in her behalf. The same selfish and pusillanimous policy which held the free Governments along before still prevails in their councils. They will give Poland so many fine words, and the London Times, in particular, with defiances the Czar to vigorously that no doubt be must feel ashamed of himself, but not so to acknowledge Poland independence.--He will go on and conquer Poland if he can, in spite of Mrs. Caunie. This fresh iniquity permitted, the free press of Western Europe will proceed to indulge in prolonged adulations over the wrongs and oppressions of mankind. The Emperor of Russia is entitled to more respect than the timid and time-serving Western