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The foreign Press on the War. We take the following extracts from the London Standard and Courier des Elais Unis. The latter journal is published in New York city, and is the organ of the French inhabitants there. Its remark" are peculiarly forcible and bold: A Review of the situation,[from the London standard, June 13th.] The profitless waste of blood and treasure that is caused by the American civil war is again attracting the attention of European statesmen, and the necessity of some immediate step in the direction of mediation of a peaceful kind is being urged upon them in the name of humanity and civilization,--France, to her credit, is again taking the lead in this matter. We transferred to our columns two days since an eloquent article from the Constitutional on this subject. This has been followed by a hint in another semi-official paper, to the effect that a joint proposal of mediation by France and England in the American quarrel might be shortly expected. W
The question of intervention. It was rightly remarked in this paper yesterday morning that the details of the foreign news by the Arable, with dates to the 14th June, were much more important than the telegraphic summary published by us on Monday led us to suppose. The New York Herald confesses this. The language of Sir James Walsh and of Mr. Gregory, in debate in the House of Commons, was singularly pointed and energetic, and Lord Palmerston, in concluding his own denunciation of Butler's infamous proclamation, expressly approved the sentiments and language uttered by those two speakers. Mr. Gregory concluded with this remarkable sentence: "He did not appeal to his honorable friend, the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, to reply to this question, but he did ask the Prime Minister of England if he was prepared to do that which he was convinced the Ruler of brave and chivalrous France would do, if he had not already done it — namely, to protest against this th
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