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Lord Elgin in China. It is not greatly over a year since the London Times, and all the lesser journals of the metropolis, were engaged in a furious war upon the American Minister to China, (Mr. Ward,) because he had the good sense to settle matters after a quiet fashion with e gone forth, and they have gained a mighty victory. Thousands of Chinese have been slaughtered, after fighting as bravely as men ever foughated. It is not thus that a permanent peace is to be obtained with China. We went to China thus strong in arms, not in order to obtain a trChina thus strong in arms, not in order to obtain a treaty alone, but in order to punish a perfidy as well. If we have aught of manly honor in our policy, we went there to inflict punishment, nogreat Empire. It could not be explained away or falsified, and all China would come to know that the Emperor himself had no choice in this mn army and a fleet behind him which could carry him from one end of China to the other He had plenty of time for his work, for when Lord Maca