New York, March 19. - The Tribune prints a letter from Walker Blaine reviewing the recent fisheries treaty recently made at Washington. Mr. Blaine y eviews the fisheries question and says of the pending treaty that it would tax the ingenuity of man to devise a measure less calculated to inspire our fishermen with confidence f or the future or to allay the smarts and wounds inflicted in the past. A treaty better devised to bring about the contentions of 1818 could not have been framed. American fishermen will never rest content, and this vexed problem wil never find abiding solution save under some such agi-eement as that of the treaty of 178Í or 1854, honorably enforced and maintainec in soirit and in letter.