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American affairs in Europe. the New Mediation Project. Our foreign advices by the Arabia represent that the recent news of Federal disasters before Richmond, and of Confederate successes in the Southwest, have given a new impetus to the mediation movement in England and France. We present some extracts this morning which will be found interesting: [from the London correspondent of the New York Express.] I learn that the Emperor of Russia has made a personal appeal to President Lincoln to come to a compromise with the South. Baron Brunow has communicated this to the British Cabinet, and also to the Emperor of France. M. Thouvenel has left London for Vichy, to convey Earl Russell's answer to the Russian communication to Louis Napoleon. It is this: If the Government at Washington refuse to listen to the proposition of the Czar, then England and France will jointly interfere in behalf of peace. Friendly mediation will be first proposed; if refused, recognition of the Sou