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great grievance, calculated to fall with heavy force upon Canada, and earnestly desire the British Government to interfere,ight, if it be possible to do so by negotiation. The Canadian journals must have a far more indifferent opinion of Sewaws well enough that it cannot prevent such incursions from Canada as he affects to dread, and that a half dozen passport offe, Seward is evidently paving the way to the annexation of Canada. He patterns closely after the great European despotism. te — or analogous to it — that Seward is now preparing for Canada, towards which the eyes of every Yankee have been turned finion, is already more than half disposed to give up Canada — the people of that magnificent colony have never known ry which he has thought proper to inaugurate with regard to Canada.--Whether it will succeed or not, we are not prepared to sve, was the work of Southern men, who had no desire to see Canada added to their other enemies in the Union. It is a shrewd<
tors of the Florida. Commander Napoleon Collins has been detached from the steamer Wachusett, in which he captured the Florida, and ordered to regard himself as waiting orders. He is to be put through the forms, at least, of a court-martial trial for his seizure of the Florida. In this connection it may be added that Wilson, late Consul at Bahia, who was dismissed on account of his connection with the Florida affair, has been still further punished by being appointed to a consulship in Canada. Blair's mission to Richmond. A Washington telegram, purporting to be an explanation of Blair's return to Washington without visiting Richmond, says: All that is known of the Blair mission is this: The President was fully apprised of the motives and purposes that induced the elder Blair to desire to go to Richmond, but he declined to make himself responsible for the journey; he would not give a written authorization of it, or officially promote it; but he told Mr. Blair he sho