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thies are wholly with the people of the South. I find that I have enlarged so much in the mere expression of my individual feelings, concerning the war between North and South that I must not attempt in this letter to argue the question between them, nor to discuss the beatings of the war upon our Irish national policy. Indeed is may suffice to say that I agree in everything with your leading article, and also with the letter of "An Irish American" I am, dear sir, sincerely yours, John Martin. Semi-official view of mediation. The Washington Republican, generally recognized as an Administration organ, thus expresses itself concerning mediation: We are confident that we are on the eve of some developments respecting fore gumediation. There are many straws which indicate how the wind is soon to blow. The Richmond Dispatch said, some days since, that after the battle of Antietam propositions of peace ought to have been made; that both parties could then have m