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s honorable and magnanimous, she cannot. If she is wise, she will not. Your obedient servant, C. M. Clay, United States Minister Plenipotentiary, &c., to St. Petersburg. Mortley's, London, May 17. The reply of the times. We call attention to the letter of Mr. Clay, Minister from the United States to St. Petersburg. ThSt. Petersburg. This lively letter-writer proposes six questions--three relating to his own country, three relating to England. The first question he is more successful in asking than answering--What are we fighting for? We are fighting, says Mr. Clay, for nationality and liberty. We can understand a fight for nationality between different races accomplished.--London Times, May 20. Minister Clay's letter. In order to estimate the character and quality of the letter of the American Ambassador to St. Petersburg, which appeared in The Times of last Monday, and which naturally attracts a good deal of attention, it is necessary to consider who the writer is, what positi