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s to the practicability of reducing to subjection any large portion of a country that manifests a determined disposition to separate.--[Continued cheering.] The feeling towards the Confederacy in France. A letter in the London Post, from Paris on the 14th ultimo, speaking of the American war, says: The Moniteur and other papers have referred to the pence address sent from Great Britain to the American people. If three hundred thousand signatures have been obtained in England and "Enoch Arden and other Poems." Mrs. Alfred Tennyson, the laureate's wife, has published a song of her own composing. A young bride of eighteen, in Marseilles, was burned to death on the morning of her marriage by treading on a match, which ignited and set her clothes on fire. Louis Napoleon is trying the "Banting" system for the reduction of corpulence. Alexander Dumas is coming to the United States. Late Paris fashions represent the ladies wearing coat tails a yard long.