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Mr. Seward's fortification circular — its effect at the North--Opinions of the Press. The promulgation of the circular of Secretary Seward, recommending the Governors of the Northern States to provid
the menacing attitude of England, and says:
Mr. Seward's admonition to England, and other powers, for we t loan.
This so experienced a public man as Mr. Secretary Seward ought to have foreseen, and to have avoided, d in the street than this one, as the circular of Mr. Seward, although ill-timed and unnecessary, contains not rs and sea-coasts."
The Ledger says that as Mr. Seward has been noted during the present troubles for hi rce us into collision.
Boston, Oct. 17.--Secretary Seward's circular attracts no special attention, but falo, N. Y., Oct. 17.--The Express (Rep.) says:--"Mr. Seward's circular has taken the country by surprise, and lined to believe that the consequence would be as Mr. Seward suggests, pacificatory."
The Courier (Democr