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cords of its butcheries, shall we seek for a parallel to this?" On Tuesday we gave a very important article from the Paris "Pays," of the 7th June, in which that paper declared that insanity seemed to rule at Washington city. The Pays is a semi-official paper, and its views are considered in consonance always with those of the Emperor. It is exceedingly caustic upon the Lincoln Government. Referring to its truculent tone in its dispatch to Mr. Dayton, the bombast and effrontery of Cassius Clay and Adams, and the Lincoln ultimatum of war against any European power which will take part in this quarrel, the Pays quietly says, "unable thus far to conquer the confederate States, it (the Washington Government) pretends to be prepared to carry on a war, if necessary, with the whole world. Had we not reason for remarking, as we did at the beginning of this article, that the most singular insanity appears to rule at Washington city?" The keen sarcasms of the Pays, so high in the F