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Savannah and European Steam Line. --In pursuance of an act of the Georgia Legislature, for the encouragement of direct trade between Savannah and Antwerp, the Hon. Thomas Butler King was sent abroad as the Commissioner of the State, to examine into the solvency and character of the Antwerp contractors, the quality of their fleet, &c., &c., and, should proper exhibits be made, to close the contract on the part of the State.--The Savannah Republican says: Mr. King set out for Europe shighly favorable account of his progress. The indications then were most auspicious of a satisfactory accomplishment of the object in view, though it is intimated that, for special reasons, Mr. King would probably transfer his negotiations from Antwerp to Paris. It is also suggested that, in the event of the success of these latter negotiations, the line of steamers will probably run from Havre, or some other French port, to Savannah and thence to New Orleans. This change the Republican