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Northern inconsistency. [From the Aberdeen (Scotland) People's Journal June 22] The risk of any collision with the North on account of our recognition of the belligerent character of the embattled Southerners is infinitesimally small. When reflection succeeds to passion the Federalists will see and be ashamed of the ridiculous position they have taken. They are in reality decrying their own principles, and are abusing us for measuring their corn in their own bushel. They are enraged at the truth of the text which says, "with whatsoever measure ye mete it shall be measured to you again." Their whole history is one continual protest against the doctrines they now lay down. Their nation began in secession, and Franklin, Washington, Jefferson, were only illustrious as seceders. To the recognition of their belligerent character by France, and to the aid they derived from the fisets and land forces of the French nation, they were indebted for that independence of which they