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y approach completion. The great interest which the war will give to that of the Secretary of War will be heightened by Cameron's distinct avowal of his policy of placing arms in the hands of slaves who are willing to use them for the cause of the nistration hereafter of the War Department until the close of the rebel lion, the public will learn with interest that Mr. Cameron will appeal to Congress and to the Governors of the States for authority to bind the Government to practice the closeshe field. Enormous as the war is and will be, it will not be permitted to bankrupt the Government or the people. Mr. Cameron's report will also probably contain recommendations that will go far to abolish the distinction between the militia anemployed to raise cotton, sugar, rice, and tobacco, for Government account. This policy has already been established by Cameron in regard to ungathered and unpinned Sea Island cotton in Beaufort. The nation will heartily approve the commendation o
last European steamed exhibit favorable tones from the French press, which shows a growing sympathy with the Federal Government. England growls, and shows no sympathy for the war. A post-office has been established at Beaufort, to-day. General Butler is here, receiving instructions in regard to his Southern expedition. Cincinnati, Nov. 21.--The special Washington correspondent of the Commercial, dated yesterday, says, at a supper given to Prentiss by Forney, last night, Secretary Cameron reiterated his opinion that, in the last resort, the Federal Government ought to arm every man who desires to strike for human liberty. It is believed that assurances have been given through Mr. Adams, the American Minister at London, that free access shall be given to all Southern cotton ports to British vessels; New York, Nov. 21.--Late European advices state that the steamship James Adger is at Southampton, and will soon leave for the Mediterranean to look after privateers.