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The Recognition question.

The New York Herald, of the 28th, the New York Express as a ‘"traitorous journal"’ for publishing letters from its London co-respondent, predicting the interference of foreign powers in this war. The Philadelphia Inquirer, it is said, though a genuine Lincoln organ, credits a statement from a London correspondent that Lord Lyons was detained from taking passage on the Australian to wait for dispatches to this country, asking, on behalf England for an armistices, between the contending powers of sixty days or six months mediation in the tine to be offered by England and France. This is given for what it is worth.

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