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be in great trouble about the passport system which Seward has introduced ostensibly to prevent conspirators, Buffalo, etc. Their journals gravely assert that Mr. Seward is behind the times — that the passport system haournals must have a far more indifferent opinion of Seward's sagacity than we can venture to entertain, if thehere is no danger; and that no man knows so well as Seward himself. His object is palpable. It is, in the fi heartily detested there. In the second place, Seward is evidently paving the way to the annexation of Ca. Such is the fate — or analogous to it — that Seward is now preparing for Canada, towards which the eyes allay mutual animosity. Such are the hopes of Seward, we have no doubt, and such his design in the polics in the Union. It is a shrewd stroke of policy in Seward to abolish it, and thus cut off a large source of wor defence to a British army. It no doubt delights Seward that they have shown already an invincible repugnan<
leave Atlanta. The London Times has an editorial on the letter of the Secretary of State, Mr. Seward, in reply to Lord Wharncliffe's application to distribute aid among rebel prisoners. It says timony to the course taken by Her Majesty's Government in its dealings with Federal America that Seward, with an animus he cannot conceal, is driven to make the most of an opportunity offered him by aicial slip that may be made on the part of the British Cabinet or any of its representatives. Mr. Seward must be hard driven when he finds it necessary to express so much indignation in so trifling a The Times questions the wisdom and good taste of Lord Wharncliffe's offer, but it repudiates Mr. Seward's charges against the British people, and concludes by saying that he knows that in every one public opinion of the United States. We are in the same case as they are, and whatever abuse Mr. Seward chances to lavish on us simply recoils on the head of his own people. A letter published