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The additional note" rests, we have said, on an if, and this of the safest kind, for it is nothing more nor less than that if the outlawry of the Viceroy by the Pasha be confirmed by the Allied Powers, and Mehe- met Ali be deprived of the possession of Egypt in hereditary sovereignty, France must interfere. Last week we observed that this outlawry was a mere form, a shadow without substance M. Thiers in this very document acknowledges that the Allied Powers had disavowed all participation in the outlawry issued by the Sultan and when an extreme case is thus con- jured up by a diplomatist, who confesses, or tanta- mount to it, that this extreme case cannot happen, it is a very safe inference to conclude that he means, as they say in a street row of words, only talk, and that he is more inclined to back out than go on. In a word, the pacific policy of Louis Philippe appears in the ascendant, and it would seem that brittumfulmen alone is likely to be hurled against the proceedings of the Four Powers.