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EXTRACTS FROM " PLtjSTCII…

SENDING A THREATENING LETTER.

IHostility against France.

Proposed Withdrawal of the…

Doings at New York.

Uncle Sam's Webb Feet.

Popularity of War Candidates.

Why Charleston Does not Fall…

Completion of the Draft.

The Addition Taxes.

War with France.

Consequences of English-built…

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Consequences of English-built Privateers. Every honest merchant or man must regret to see armed steamers belonging to individuals leav- ing English ports to prey upon commerce, under the Confederate flag.. It will find a remedy, how- ever, in a few weeks, It is frequently discussed in the Cabinet, whether this state of things shall not be ended by seizing English property wherever it can be found. It may not be to-day or to-morrow, but it will not be many weeks before every English steamer and vessel within reach will be seized and held until our citizens who have lost vessels and merchandise by vessels out. of English ports get redressed. This explanation has been given by the President to a merchant of standing, who is a great sufferer from English-built privateers, within ten days.

Tactics of Lincoln.

Re-election of Lincoln.

Opinion of the Archduke Maximilian.

CAMP LIFE OF THE INSURGENTS…

CURIOUS ACTION FOR DAMAGES.

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EXTRAORDINARY FRAUD.