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The North A unit against the rebellion.--Mobile, August 20.--Elsewhere, the telegraph gives us a synopsis of the Queen's speech proroguing Parliament. The little Guelphish lady speaks nothing that is not written or indorsed by Palmerston, as every body knows. Recognition and armed intervention are phantoms which the good sense of the Southern people will no longer see by night and by day. The British government is determined to take no part in the contest. Now that there is no chance of English interference, another illusion should be dispelled. We republish the speech of Dr. Olds of Ohio, as a part of the history of these remarkable times. Our people are disposed to rely too much on the prospect of a grand smash of the Union of Yankeeland. Such men as Vallandigham and Dr. Olds are, perhaps, like Burns, dropped in the wrong country, but they are not exponents of Yankee sentiment. There is no safety in any thing short of the bayonet. Hope of something turning up, of the