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Spirit of Foreign Journals on the American War. English papers to the 9th instant were brought over on the City of Washington. The London Times is particularly bitter on the tariff and the late Federal reverses before Richmond. It says: Federal America, having taken seriously to the vice of tyranny, is stripping herself to the task of gratifying her new passion. She is deliberately rejecting the silks, the wines, the trinkets, and the works of art of France; the fine woolens and cottons, the finished hardware, and the agricultural implements of England; and she is to restrict herself for the future to her own course, clumsy, and costly substitutes. It is with a shout of triumph that these foolish and angry people celebrate their new discovery of a means of punishing England and France. They are exulting in the notion that, by means of the tariff, they will either shut out altogether the productions of the two great industrial European nations, or that they will compel