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est from Europe.interesting correspondence on the Trent affair. From the Norfolk Day Book we clip the following highly interesting correspondence upon the subject which has so lately agitated the civilized world: The London Gazette, of January 14, contains the diplomatic correspondence that has passed between the British and American Governments on the subject of the Trent. The more important of them have already been made known through the American press. The additional dispatches whyou should say that you wish to leave him and the President quite free to take their own course, and that you desire to abstain from anything like menace. English opinion of Mr. Seward's Diplomacy.[from the London. Post, (Government organ,) Jan. 14.] There are several circumstances of the diplomatic correspondence on the Trent affair which, when closely examined, render that correspondence altogether unexampled in the history of political writing or the conduct of international relation