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t, no American, at least, can doubt, after reading the last letter of Mr. Russell and the accompanying comments of the Times. The impression which the whole foreign world will derive from that letter is, that the battle of Manassas was a regular Chinese engagement on both sides, and that the Americans of both sections are little better than Chinese. Such a caricature is simply the product of an old grudge against America, for that the Times cares a groat for either party in the quarrel, isChinese. Such a caricature is simply the product of an old grudge against America, for that the Times cares a groat for either party in the quarrel, is a simple absurdity. Cotton is a necessity on one side, and Exeter Hall is a power in the State on the other; and Mr. Russell seems to be balancing his attention between the two, like the ass between two bundles of hay. If Great Britain can hesitate in her choice between fanaticism and cotton, Mr. Russell is less of an ass than we suppose. --We do not believe she can hesitate long; we know she must bow the knee to cotton in the end; and if Mr. Russell, especially after the rout at Manassas, ca