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H. W. Beecher. --This notorious political incendiary propose to go to England, and the lighten the English people will a course of lectures, on the merits of the controversy between the North and South. We are not much concerned about the influence of Beecher, or any other Yankee emissary, at this time, in England. That famous production of the Beecher family, "Uncle Tom," who played out long ago. Mrs. Stowe was feasted and petted, and put money in her purse, not one dime of which has ever gone to the benefit of Uncle Tom or any of his posterity. When the venerable authoress, not long ago, visited England the second time, she received the cold shoulder.--The aristocracy no longer enraptured her heart by their for descending attentions, and she was not considered much of a lioness even at Exacter Hall. When Henry Ward Beecher arrives in England, he must not expect to set the Thamos on fire. That respectable river has long run among the of several men of compared with whom H