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England and the Confederacy

The late European arrival brought, among other matters, an account of a meeting of Fanatics, and an address from them to Mr. Adams, U. S. Minister, in which was, of course, the usual exhibition of pharisaism. The London Post regarded as the Government or gan, referring to these movements, remarks, that "no amount of Union me tings in England will detach the masses of the British people from the support of the cause of the rebel Confederate States."

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