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Mexico. It is remarked, with truth, by the New Orleans Picayune, that the soil of Mexico has drunk up the best blood of its people, and the country is scarcely more populous to-day than it was Mexico has drunk up the best blood of its people, and the country is scarcely more populous to-day than it was when it threw off the Spanish yoke.--In Central America, civil war is the rule, and peace is the exception. In South America, the bloody role of Revolution is acted with a dreary and horrible monotonperiment of Liberty and Law. What reflecting man can look at the eternal and bloody conflicts of Mexico, Central and South America; at the national impoverishment and degradation of the whole continenpe have often proved, and will prove again as often as they are attempted. The condition of Mexico is every day becoming worse and worse, instead of better.--Civil war rages through the whole lentions when undertaken in a just cause against a foreign foe. But civil wars, like those in which Mexico is now engaged, benefit nobody but political and military adventurers, brigands and burglars; it