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European intelligence. The last European papers contain some interesting intelligence, from which we make some selections: Lord Russell's Speech on the Detention of the Confederate rams. In the House of Commons, on the 25th ult., the Earl of Derby stated that the Government had promised to lay before the House the correspondence with the Federal Government relative to the seizure of Laird's rams, but had failed to do so.--He asked the reason of this discrepancy: Earl Russell--The statement of the noble Earl would be very striking if he had correctly remembered the facts of the discussion to which he alludes. The noble Earl has represented the case as if I had stated that the production of the correspondence to which he now alludes between Mr. Adams and me was dangerous to the public service, and as if I had been supported in that opinion by the Attorney General and the law officers of the Crown. As I recollect it, my statement was not that the production of the co