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American affairs in Europe. the intervention of England — rebel all Federal Generals Vallandigham and Lincoln's Cabinet — the Confederacy as a Rising power, &c. The mails by the steamer Africa, with European dates of the 30th, give some additional news of interest besides that published in the telegraph summary from
e after their lost Union, we must consider the outrageous indignities to which they will submit from those who promise to restore it. Although the Government of Mr. Lincoln confessedly has the respect of no body of men in the country; though he himself is a person of neither ability nor dignity; though some among his chief advisers ts to forbid it to act. In the meantime, though it is said that the press condemns the conduct of the General, there is so much apathy that we cannot doubt that Mr. Lincoln may banish or imprison his critic at his pleasure.
A Government with such power ought to do something great, yet it appears every day more plain that the Cabin