Later from Europe.Arrival of the Etna.
New York, March 14.--The steamship Etna, from Liverpool on the 27th ultimo, arrived this morning.
She brings £260,000 in specie, and nearly £300,000 more were looked for in the Arabia.
The Anglo-Saxon and Vigo had arrived out.
Nothing had been heard of the missing steamer Australasian.
In a debate in the House of Commons, Lords Russell and Palmerston strongly deprecated the policy of America preventing the right of search, and permitting the prostitution of its flag to the slave trade.
Mr. Braxton expressed fear that the Southern Confederacy would revive the slave trade, and hoped England would never recognize its sovereignty without an express stipulation against that traffic.
The ship Gen.
Parkhill, from Liverpool for Charleston, had returned to Liverpool, the crew having killed Capt. Pyke, and seriously wounded the first mate.
M. Thouvenal had officially assured the American Minister that no delegates from