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our memory, but we can recall nothing in the least resembling it. The whole world is acquainted with the circumstances attending the death of the Duke d'enghien at the beginning of the present century. He was seized upon the neutral territory of Baden, on a charge of conspiring against the life of the First Consul Bonaparte, and shot without trial, and, as has been alleged, without the knowledge of Bonaparte, Be this allegation true or false, the whole world stood aghast at the audacity of thear, which other aggressions, continued from year to year, brought about five years after. Neither of these cases, however, exactly resembles this. The acts in question concerned the neutrality of two feeble nations, as the United States and Baden then were, and they were the acts of the two most formidable powers (the one on land the other on sea) then in existence. Now Great Britain continues to be one of the most powerful nations on earth, and the United States are the scorn and the mo