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All the great cities intend, we believe, to present addresses

of condolence either to Mrs. Lincoln or the American Government, and we trust that as the emotion of horror dies away into one of regret the intention may be persisted in. For once the feel- ing of all parties in the United Kingdom is unanimous, and if those who draw up the resolutions will but express them in terms which do not commit the Southerners to an official condemnation of the South, unanimous addresses of sympathy may be sent to Washington from every city and town in Great Britain. In Ireland even this degree of caution will, we believe, be unneces- sary.