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The prophet Russell upon American institutions.[from the New York Herald Jan. 1.] Still remaining in a country whose integrity he opposes, whose institutions he slanders, whose policy he misrepresents, and whose hospitality he abuses, Mr. Ll. D. Russell continues to write silly letters upon American affairs to the London Times, Having lost here what little reputation he had as a correspondent, he now seems anxious to convince those who read his letters that he is a prophet. The number of such phrases as "I told you so before," and "as I formerly predicted," and "as I said it would be," and "as I told you months ago," contained in his letters, would baffle the Lightning Calculator to compute. That Mr. Eussel brought extraordinary powers to his prophetic work no one can doubt. He had been in this country but a very short time before we discovered that he reported occurrences upon the clairvoyant principle, and that it was not at all necessary for him to be present in order