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e sea. As Nicholas filled up the places his Siberian exiles had left vacant, so Great Britain seems to be steadily pursuing a plan which will end by depopulating Ireland, and leaving it to be filled up by an English population. It has been found that emigration can effect this object better than the wholesale murders of Cromwell and Pitt, and therefore emigration is encouraged to the utmost. When a third people are struggling for their liberty one would hardly expect to see Ireland and Poland banding against them. Yet that is precisely what we do see at the present moment. The Irish and the Poles are the foremost in the Yankee ranks — seeking to subject us to a despotism infinitely worse than that from which they have themselves escaped. The Poles, like the Germans, are all Red Republicans. Liberty, equality, and fraternization with all mankind, are the main articles of their political creed. They hate everything which looks like feudal aristocracy, and they take the Souther
t for the belief that it would have been in vain. She, therefore, would yield neither to blandishments nor menaces; but would remain strictly neutral. Regarding Poland, he said England had done her duty by remonstrating. But although these remonstrances failed, he hoped Russia would cease to pursue an offensive course. Lormay look on without fear, and support without discouragement." Of the war between the United States and the Confederate States he says nothing. With reference to Poland, he says that an European Congress must meet and decide her destiny.--He contends that the treaties of 1815 are broken up, and that, though Russia is his friend, Poland must be free. A Paris letter says: As you will see, he touches Mexico very lightly, and develops no particular policy there, because, as in the affairs of the United States, he has no fixed policy to develop. Upon the Polish question his speech is, on the whole, in Paris considered warlike. A Congress of European s