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d the United Sates to fight England, or rather the latter should promise to help France, who, for her share of the danger and expense of the war, would have Canada. A juxtaposition to these rumors is the fact that the Chambers of Commerce of Lyons, Ronen, St. Etienne, Mulhouse, &c., have petitioned this Government to at once recognise the Southern States, and thus put an end to the impending ruin of those manufacturing French towns. The Freeman's Journal, of Dublin, has the following opt under such circumstances; but the public would not be much surprised is it found the much-vaunted and grossly ill-used policy of "non-intervention" abandoned by the English Cabinet to accommodate "our august ally" through the manufacturers of Lyons, Ronen, &c., whose trade has been all but ruined by means of the blockade. You will not be surprised to hear it announced that this Government is not at all pleased with the Washington Cabinet for having allowed the Count de Paris and the Du