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American actors in England. --Just now, the American stage is well represented in England John Drew is successfully staring at the Standard Theatre in London. The Florence were playing to great houses, when last heard of, at Manchester, and were on the wing for Dublin. Mrs. D. P. Bowers, who made a successful debut at Sadler's Wells' Theatre, has been shelved — probably by managerial caprice or injustice. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Conway (the latter sister of Mrs. Bowers) are playing capital engagements in the West of England. Miss Julia Daly has returned from London. Dion Boucicault and Agnes Robertson have returned to the Adelphi. Edwin Booth has played Shylock and Sir Giles Overreach at the Haymarket. --Lastly, John Brougham has produced his comedy of "Playing with Fire," at the Princess Theatre, himself as Dr. Savage, and George Jordan as Herbert Waverley. The play had unequivocal success. The criticism on the acting runs thus : "Mr. J. Brougham, as Dr. Savage, is exactl
visit of the King of Prussia to Napoleon--Prince Napoleon on American affairs — death of Geo. Vandenhoff, &c. St. Johns, Oct. 19. --The steamship Etna, with four days later news from Liverpool, passed Cape Race on yesterday. She brings dates up to Thursday, Oct. 10th. The King of Prussia had been on a brief visit to Napoleon. The Emperor of China is dead. Prince Napoleon has sent to the Emperor Napoleon important State papers on American affairs. Manchester advices were favorable and prices were advancing. Breadstuffs at Liverpool were firm and advancing. Wheat was firm, and all qualities had improved in price. Mr. Lindsay, the member of Parliament, in a public lecture had again strongly urged the expediency of England and France endeavoring to effect a peaceful separation of the Northern and Southern States of America. Earl Russell discourages interference in the international affairs of Mexico, but says that the English Gove