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Latest from Europe. The Africa at New York brings European intelligence to the 11th inst. The American question was being widely discussed, both by the papers and in Parliament. Lord Palmerston requested Mr. Roebuck to drop on the question of the recognition of the South, as it was not desirable to resume it or to bind the Government to pledge themselves as to future action. Roebuck postponed his answer till the 13th, but thought a better answer than his would be heard before that day.Roebuck postponed his answer till the 13th, but thought a better answer than his would be heard before that day. The impression created by the late news of the rebel raid into Pennsylvania was that the war was about to be brought to a close by the occupation of Washington and the dictation of terms from Jeff. Davis. The Times expects to hear of that event "in a week." The Army and Navy Gazette, in view of the possibility of Jefferson Davis overthrowing President Lincoln, says: "Should another Government address us from Washington, it may be difficult, indeed impossible, to refuse to acknowledge it.