3 NOVEMBER 1866, Page 2

The Globe has taken to publishing the sensation stories for

which the Press was once famous, and which never turned out true. This week it has been busying itself about Denmark, which is, it appears, to be swallowed whole, Jutland going to Germany and the islands to Scandinavia. That very likely, will be the end of Denmark some day, but as the Russian Czar dreads that result, and has betrothed two heirs successively to a Danish princess in order to prevent it, its immediate accomplishment is about as probable as the immediate reconciliation of Ireland. All these stories merely show that the rigime of law having momentarily endedin Europe, statesmen are at liberty to dream dreams, and, with editors to help them, are dreaming them accordingly,