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England and the Circular of Secretary Seward. --We subjoin a comment upon the position of England with regard to this circular, translated from the French side
n, the head of the Cabinet, have just replied to the ill concealed thought of Mr. Seward, by pacific protestations, which to say the least, are but little contented,
But it we were the unreflecting children, impatient and easy to move, which Mr. Seward takes us to be — if the eloquence of two or three Southern statesmen, who can th cool equanimity.
The post pronounces still more decided, the idle fears of Seward, and assured him that there is not the slightest probability that England will
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"'Mr. Seward entirely mistakes the intentions of the English Government and people, if he intaining their independence.
"'We believe, then, that Messrs. Lincoln and Seward are taking measures of precaution against a danger which has no existence in fa