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European affairs. Renewal of the American question — secession speech in Essex — Russell's last letter, &c. The Royal Mail Steamship Europa, from Liverpool, on the 19th inst., via Queenstown on the 20th, bound for Boston, arrived at Halifax at half-past 3 o'clock the afternoon on the 30th. The Europa has 89 passengers and £650 in treasure. The steamship Saxonio, from New York arrived out on the 17th. Great Britain The Paris correspondent of the London Time the nearest collect on district, in order that the revenue officer may be sent by the collector to take charge of the cargo, and execute the formalities required in connection with the entry of the goods." At a conservative demonstration in Essex, Captain Jarvis, a member of Parliament, expatiated on the war in America and its effect in England. He argued in favor of the right of secession, and urged that the people of England should give such a strong expression of their sentiments as w