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Miscellaneous news. The following extracts are taken from late Northern papers: English Sympathy with "Traitors"--The Duchess of Sutherland, we had a grand levee in London a few days previous to the departure of the Persia, and among the distinguished guests present, it is said, was the rebel commissioner (ex-U. S. Senator) Mason, of Virginia. The Duchess of Sutherland, the reader need scarcely be informed, is now, and has ever been, the great patron of British Abolitionism. She iSutherland, the reader need scarcely be informed, is now, and has ever been, the great patron of British Abolitionism. She is the "pink of fashion" at all the great Exeter Hall Revivals and an Anti- Slavery Fair, or an "Aggressive Humanitarian" breakfast, in Edinburg or Glasgow, is put or thought of without first securing her distinguished cooperation and aid. It was this Duchess of Rutherford more than anybody else, probably, who brought "Uncle Tom" and its authoress into notice on the other side of the Atlantic; and whether regard be had to her services in that respect, or to the general interest she manifests in a