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, for more such mobs as compelled him, not long ago, to stop advocating the cause of secession and to hoist the Union flag. He invokes public indignation against rival newspapers, and is especially zealous in stirring up hate against the times and Tribune. Of course he does it by lying — by falsehood of the most barefaced and most implement sort It would not be in character for him to tell the truth, even if that would serve his turn. Recognition of the Southern corps Debacy. The Turin correspondent of the New York Times, speaking of the Emperor Napoleon, says: Everywhere he is trying to keep up division, and thus to maintain the French preponderance. As soon as the tidings of the rout at Manassas arrived in Europe, M. Thouvenst received the agents of the Confederates, in an official way, indeed, but one more victory of the Secessionists would at once be followed by the recognition of the Southern Confederacy. Brownlow's Interpretation of the President's procl