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Convulsions in America. That the sentiment of the English people has been misrepresented and falsified by the Northern press, no man can doubt who read the extracts from the speeches delivered at the opening of Parliament, which we gave in yesterday's paper. We have been led to believe that a feeling of decided hostility to the Confederate States exists among the people, and that the Government is strongly against all claims for recognition. Now however, since we have heard the real sentiment from England's representative men we can but believe exactly the reverse is true.--Added to the favorable remarks in yesterday's edition, we give, to-day, some extracts from an article in the January number of Blackwood, undoubtedly the most influential magazine of the day. It commences as follows: Everybody-who-has thought, talked and read much about America of late, must feel that English opinions on the subject, as rendered by the tone of our press, have been qualified by the mediu