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Recognition. So far as we are able to judge from the extract published by us the other day, the London Times the great organ of English sentiment is as much averse to recognizing the Confederate States as ever. It has now completely shifted its ground; and whereas it opposed recognition eight months ago, because the Confederacy had given no proof of its ability to maintain its independence, now it opposes it because it has given abundant evidence of its power to take care of itself. This method of handling an argument is common enough while those who are predetermined to support particular line of action at all bazaar, and is sufficiently characteristic of the Times, We wish it would be candid, and say at once what, in its view, constitutes good ground for recognition. Is a State to be recognized because she is too weak to establish her independence, or is she to be recognized because she is strong enough to maintain it? We wish to know from curiosity merely, not that it is a