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f marque is a measure which will give France a fresh annoyance, and which may lead to serious complications between the two Governments. The gusto with which Yankee privateers would avail themselves of such license may easily be imagined. Mr. Seward could not restrain them, even if he had the disposition. Such prospects of wholesale plunder would be too tempting for the sternest Yankee virtue. It would be useless to point out to them that by embarrassing the relations of the United Statese of Representatives, and take himself out of the country, or be drifted into a war with the United States. If it were Lord Palmerston, we should have no hesitation in predicting his course.--He would immediately make a profound obeisance to W. H. Seward, pack up his carpet bag and be off. But there is some national and military pride in France. She is never unprepared to fight, and therefore may be disposed to risk conclusions with Brother Jonathan. The only mischief the United States can i