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We have received files of New York and Washington papers through our regular agent, from which we extract the following intelligence: The Herald's News Budget, Oct. 4. The Fulton arrived at this port yesterday morning from Southampton, bringing European papers of the 18th of September. These journals contain some very important and significant articles relative to the hopes entertained in Europe of the effects of the recent proclamation of Gen. Fremont on the subject of the emancipation of negro slaves. The Morning Post, Lord Palmerston's official organ, repudiates the idea of a general emancipation, and dreads the horrors of a servile insurrection, while the organs of the Exeter Hall abolitionists contend that the destruction of slavery is the one and main issue of the present war in America. England's endeavors to obtain an independent supply of cotton are reported in a shape which must be very alarming to the rebel cotton interest of the Southern States. The comment
d as Chief of the Abolitionists. [From the London News, (an Abolition organ,) Sept. 18.] The civil war in America seems to be entering upon a new stage. While tt. More Abolition hopes from the Fremont measure. [From the London Star, Sept. 18.] Already the slaves of insurrectionists in Missouri are declared free. N" for Cotton, may interfere in the war. [From the London Herald (Derby organ) Sept. 18.] We have only reports on which it is best not to comment further at prese Export of Cotton from England to the United States. [From the London News Sept. 18] The screw steamship Edinburg, belonging to the Liverpool, Philadelphia, a to lose in an hour the opportunities of a life. [from the London Herald, Sept. 18] The whole army of the North is, in fact, dishonored by the advances that have been in the army. British troops for Canada. [From the London Times, Sept. 18] The headquarters of the 4th brigade of Field Artillery, under orders for