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American Affairs in England.an English Glance at the Stone Fleet. [from the London times, Dec. 19.] The longer the civil war in America lasts, the more evident becomes the signs that it is brutalizing at least one of the combatants.--If we had opportunities of watching the deeds of the Confederates as closely as we follow those of the Federals, we might possibly find that the progress towards savage vengeance is not very unequal in both parties. So far, however, as events have publicly transpired, it is the North which is growing fierce and bloodthirsty; it is the high professing Puritians who threaten to murder in cold blood; it is the citizens of New York and Boston, claiming credit for civilization and literary to see, who are exulting in the commission of wanton destruction. War is terrible enough at best, but even war has its mitigations among civilized men. We do not in Europe when we take a city out the throats of all the women and children, as the Taipings have done i