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on Herald says that if the Washington Government does not release the Florida all the maritime powers will have the right to interfere in the matter. Vice-President Stephens's late letter. As long as Confederate statesmen will persist in writing indiscreet letters, so long do they injure their country at home and abroad. The Liverpool Post give this opinion of Vice-President Stephens's late letter, which will, of course, be translated in Europe as the "spirit" of it: The Vice-President of the Southern Confederacy is universally allowed to be one of the most valuable of the Southern statesmen. He resisted as long as he could the determination ession of his personal opinion. The Vice-President of the Confederation has laid down his capacity as a private citizen; his words must have public importance.--* * * * * * * * It is only necessary to read Mr. Stephens's words to perceive that the doctrine of State sovereignty is only put forward now as a sort of olive branch.