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nts of the public press."They are almost to a man pure and unmixed sensationalists; as complete penny-a-liners as any who pick up accidents for the newspapers in London or Paris. They have no access to Cabinet secrets. Diplomatists do not make any men their confidants, and least of all do they whisper their purposes into the speaking trumpets of the public journals.--Moreover, nations do not go to war now a days, if they ever did, from sympathies, and England and France, who have permitted Poland and Hungary to be blotted from the map of nations, and who have on various occasions, when these oppressed races struggled for deliverance, manifested as much interest as they now do in their deliverance, have never yet given them anything but fair words, and have no more reason for interference now than formerly.--Besides, even if they should go to war, we see no great good the North is to derive from such a contest, nor any evil the South has to apprehend. It is evident that neither the