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One of the most interesting items of recent foreign intelligence is the announcement that the Suez Canal is finished. This matter, though not concerning ourselves, is one which may prove of vital importance to the long-established domination of Great Britain. The remarkable man who wields the sceptre of France may yet strike a more successful blow at British supremacy by his commercial and geographical enterprises than was ever dealt by the military power of the first Napoleon. That great undertaking, the Suez Canal, was long a subject of European intrigue, in which the tactic of France finally vanquished those of Great Britain. The enterprise caused much indignation and a good deal of ridicule in England. But while our own war has been waged, the work on the Suez Canal has been going on, and we have now the announcement that it is completed.--From a sketch which we find in the Philadelphia Inquirer, the reader will perceive, at a glance, the manner in which Englis