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yle, in a speech, had taken decided grounds against any interference whatever in American affairs. The English Board of Trade returns for September exhibit a continued decrease in exports. Queen Victoria would shortly visit the Duke of Newcastle at Clumber. It is stated that a pamphlet had appeared in Paris calling on the American government to take military precautions against French invasion. It was rumored, but denied, that France had made overtures to Austria for the sesse United States steamer Saginaw was at Japan. European View. The London Times publishes a long letter from Hon. Theodore S. Fay, American Minister to Switzerland, which is mainly devoted to a refutation of Earl Russell's late speech at Newcastle, in which he (Earl Russell) asserted that one side in America was striving for empire, and the other for independence or power Mr. Fay protests in the strongest terms against Lord Russell's reasonings, and complains in general terms against the