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rely aggrieved when she learns that the New York Herald, in consequence of the courtesy extended by the Captain General of Cuba to the Confederate flag, threatens the Spanish Government with the annihilating vengeance of the Lincoln Administration. The naval force in the Spanish waters will of course be doubled at once, and the army in Cuba quadrupled No one can tell how soon an expedition will sail from New York, or Old Point, and swallow the Moro Castle and all its appurtenances, including thce of the United States, when Spain has no assailable point upon which the United States could wreak its vengeance, except Cuba, which the United States was unable to take even before the Union was dissolved, which is defended by fortresses that couliards should so readily affiliate with the South, off the ground that the South has been prominent in endeavoring to wrest Cuba from Spain, and has led the filibustering expeditions of American citizens to Central America. This is a false allegation